AW119 Koala Ke

GAINS PROVIDED BY A SINGLE ENGINE

When you need a single-engine helicopter for your operational uses, the A119 KOALA offers you a great advantage with its low cost and high performance.

It is one of the fastest helicopters in its class, with the Maximum speed of 152 Knots(*) (281km/h) and Normal cruising speed of 144 knots (267 km/h).

A fuel tank of 870 L is available. It is the longest-range helicopter in its class, with its flight range being 991 Km with available fuel.

It has the PT6B-37A engine (the transmission output 900 Hp, with the power of 1002 Hp). The PT6B-37A Turbine engines are the most available and common engine used on the airplanes and twin-engine helicopters. The A119 KOALA, the only single-engine helicopter where this engine is used, has attained the status of being the only helicopter which has the most powerful engine in its class.

With the area of 5 m3 (175 ft3), extremely practical pilot and passenger cabins are larger than those of the helicopters in the same class. It has a capacity of totally 8 people, including 2 pilots and 6 passengers. As for the baggage compartment, it is unique in its class, with its baggage capacity of 0.95 m3.

WEIGHT
Max. Gross Weight (int. loads) 2850 kg
Basic Empty Weight 1430 kg
Max Gross Weight (sling loads) 3150 kg
ENGINE
Pratt&Whitney PT 6B-37A
ENGINE RATING
Take off 1002 SHP
Maximum continuous 872 SHP
TRANSMISSION RATING
Take off 900 SHP
Max. continuous 900 SHP
CREW
1 Pilot + 7 Passengers
2 Pilot + 6 Passengers
2 Pilot + 5 Passengers VIP Conf.
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
Lenght (rotors turning) 13.02 m
Max. height 3.77 m
Main rotor diamenter 10.83 m
BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT 0,95 cu m
PERFORMANCE (ISA, 2550 kg/ 5622 lb)
VNE (S.L) 282 km/h 152 knot
Max Cruise speed (S.L) 257 km/h 139 knot
Hovering (OGE) 3261 m 10700 feet
Hovering (IGE) 4450 m 14600 feet
FUEL CAPACITY
3 cell fuel system 160 USG 605 lt.
4 cell fuel system 188 USG 710 lt.
5 cell fuel system 230 USG 870 lt.
RANGE
Max. range (1) 1036 km 560 NM
Max. endurance (1) 5 h 57 min
(1) with 230 USGal, no reserve, @5000 ft.