EC120 Flight Manual

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EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Split Pin » Sun May 15 2016, 21:33

Has any one got an EC120 flight manual they could send me electronically?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Grug » Mon May 16 2016, 05:48

PM sent.
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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Fixedturnedrotor » Wed Mar 1 2017, 04:29

Hi all,

I am also chasing up a 120 POH in electronic form if anyone can help me out?

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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Capt Hollywood » Wed Mar 1 2017, 22:19

Check your PM's.
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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Lude » Thu Mar 9 2017, 07:02

Hey guys,

Looking for the 120 POH as well if anyone can help.

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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Balibelly » Thu Mar 9 2017, 09:06

I have the FM and a training manual, just PM.
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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Rikichi » Fri Jun 16 2017, 01:51

Hi,
I'm looking for a flight manual for ec120, please let me know if you can help.

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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Yankee » Sat Oct 28 2017, 17:10

I'm also looking for an EC120 / H120 flight manual.

1. Also, real world numbers. can it take off max gross at 2k DA?
2. With full fuel how much useful load is there?
3. Is there an Autopilot option?
4. Is there an aftermarket crash-worthy fuel system?

Thanks for all the help.
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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Jamienz » Sat Oct 28 2017, 22:51

I have one. let me know your email and i will send it to you
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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Jabberwocky » Mon Oct 30 2017, 20:20

G’day Yankee

Bare with me as I don’t have a manual in front of me and it’s been a couple of years since I flew the 120.

1. Depends on the departure path. I’d say yes, but you’d want some space in front of you. They don’t like to climb out vertical, especially when heavy.

2. ~ 325kg. You basically get half of your usefulload taken up with fuel which makes it easy to remember. And that’s also a fair amount of fuel you can take if you have the space.

3. Not sure. I’ve never seen one but having hydraulics it should be possible. Might be a better question on the Rumour Network site.

4. I’m hoping the tank in them now is somewhat crash resistant :s
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Re: EC120 Flight Manual

Postby Twistgrip » Tue Oct 31 2017, 11:39

Re the auto pilot option for light helis, I’ve heard solid figures of around $250k for Eurocopter and Bell products from Sagem/Safran but i think Cobham are marketing a 2 axis version for around $100k.
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