A single-engine light helicopter is a particular kind of helicopter that is made to be compact, light, and manoeuvrable. Aerial photography, surveying, emergency medical services, and personal transportation are just a few uses for these helicopters, which normally feature one engine situated above the main rotor.
Law enforcement organizations, military groups, and private citizens frequently use these helicopters for a number of purposes.In October 2012, the light, single-engine, multi-purpose helicopter was launched. It is a variation of the light twin-engine helicopter.
The helicopter is designed for usage in both government and industry, including VIP/corporate transport services, law enforcement security, police security, search and rescue, emergency medical services (EMS), utility, offshore transport, and training.
Global single-engine light helicopter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The AW09, a brand-new single-engine light helicopter created by Leonardo Helicopters, is anticipated to achieve type certification by the end of 2022 or the beginning.
The AW09 is a next-generation, high-performance helicopter that has been designed with built-in adaptability to handle a variety of missions. It can accommodate up to eight passengers. A hybrid-electric-powered light helicopter that could be made accessible in the latter half of this decade has also been confirmed by Leonardo.
The LAR-01, a brand-new single-engine, extremely light jet created by Flaris, may be the fastest single-engine business jet in existence. The LAR-01 has a maximum takeoff weight of 4,078 pounds, a service ceiling of 46,000 feet, and can carry a pilot and four passengers. It should travel 1,350 nautical miles.
In collaboration with Genesys Aerosystems, Airbus Helicopters has started developing an Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) capability for the H125 that will be accessible in the second half. The H125 is a single-engine light helicopter used for a range of tasks, such as aerial work, passenger transport, and law enforcement. It can accommodate up to six passengers.
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