B212

BELL 212 Twin Huey

Aircraft
Name
212 Twin Huey
Manufacturer
Wing
Rotary
WTC
L
Type Code
H1T
Engine
Turboshaft
Engine Count
Single
Manufacturered as
BELL Twin Two-Twelve
BELL 212
BELL 212 Twin Two-Twelve
BELL VH-1
BELL UH-1N
AGUSTA AB-212

B212

The Bell 212 Twin Huey (also known as the Twin Two-Twelve) is a two-blade, twin-engine, medium helicopter that first flew in 1968. The 212 is marketed to civilian operators and has a fifteen-seat configuration, with one pilot and fourteen passengers.Based on the stretched fuselage Bell 205, the Bell 212 was originally developed for the Canadian Forces.

Technical Data
Wing span (metric)
14.64 m
Length (metric)
17.43 m
Height (metric)
3.83 m
Powerplant

1 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T-3 or -3B turboshaft, 1,800 shp (1,342 kW).

Engine Model(s)
Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T
Indicative Performance Data
Take-Off
V2
n/a
Distance
n/a
MTOW
5080 kg
Initial Climb (to 5000 ft)
IAS
n/a
ROC
n/a
Initial Climb (to FL150)
IAS
n/a
ROC
n/a
Initial Climb (to FL240)
IAS
n/a
ROC
n/a
MACH Climb
MACH
n/a
ROC
n/a
Cruise
TAS
100 kts
MACH
n/a
Ceiling
174
Range
237 NM
Initial Descent (to FL240)
MACH
n/a
ROD
n/a
Descent (to FL100)
IAS
n/a
ROD
n/a
Descent (FL100 & below)
IAS
n/a
MCS
n/a
ROD
n/a
Approach
Vapp (IAS)
n/a
Distance
n/a

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