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ROBINSON

Argentina, Paraguay y Uruguay

Robinson Helicopter Company


Robinson Helicopter Company was founded in 1973 by Frank Robinson, whose vision was to produce the world’s highest quality, most reliable helicopters in the most efficient, cost-effective way possible. To date, Robinson Helicopter Company has delivered over 13,000 helicopters worldwide.

A proven workhorse

The two-seat R22 helicopter is a proven workhorse that has delivered exceptional performance in a variety of applications for over forty years. The R22 has a two-bladed rotor system which requires minimum hangar space, T-bar cyclic for easy entry and exit, and a crashworthy fuel system. An aluminum monocoque and powder-coated steel tube structure provides a lightweight, yet robust airframe while the aerodynamic fuselage optimizes airspeed and fuel economy. The R22 is powered by Lycoming’s proven O-360 engine that is derated to provide reserve power and better performance at high altitudes and in hot weather.

R22 Beta II

The two-seat R44 CADET is a versatile helicopter

ideally suited for flight schools and operators who want the economy of a small helicopter without sacrificing the power and performance of a large helicopter. The Cadet has the same airframe, rotor system and Lycoming O-540 engine as the proven R44 Raven I. The differences are the Cadet’s aft compartment is reconfigured for cargo, the maximum gross weight is reduced to 2200 lb, and the engine power is derated to 210 hp take-off and 185 hp continuous. The lower weight and derated power provide increased performance margins at high altitudes and extend the time between overhauls to 2400 hours. Cadets feature streamlined instrument panels and a crashworthy fuel system.

The Robinson R44 RAVEN II NEWSCOPTER is a fully integrated Electronic News Gathering (ENG)

helicopter capable of transmitting, receiving, and recording live audio and video in High Definition (HD). The Newscopter’s ENG equipment is designed, tested, and FAA-approved to optimize work flow and provide an airborne, broadcast-quality studio. An aerodynamic nose-mounted, gyro-stabilized Ikegami HD digital camera system captures the news in striking detail and vivid color. Additional standard ENG gear includes in-cabin talent and tail-mounted micro cameras, video switcher, Geneva audio system, four color video monitors, and a complete microwave transmission package. The R44 Raven II Newscopter does the job for half the cost of larger turbine ENG helicopters. The Newscopter’s economical purchase price and low operating costs provide small TV stations access to state-of-the-art news gathering technology, and enable broadcasters in large media markets to field multiple ENG helicopters for more extensive coverage. A fully-fueled Newscopter provides up to three hours of flight endurance for continuous live news coverage.

Four-seat R44 RAVEN I and CLIPPER I helicopters are high performing, reliable, and easy to maintain.

R44s have a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic, streamlined instrument panels, and a crashworthy fuel system. An aluminum monocoque and powder-coated steel tube structure provides a lightweight, yet robust airframe while the aerodynamic fuselage optimizes airspeed and fuel economy. Hydraulically boosted controls eliminate cyclic and collective feedback forces and provide responsive handling. A low tail-rotor tip speed and large cambered tail reduce flyover noise. Raven I and Clipper I helicopters are powered by Lycoming’s O-540 carbureted engine with carburetor heat assist that automatically adjusts carburetor heat, enhancing safety and reducing pilot workload.

Four-seat R44 RAVEN I and CLIPPER I helicopters are high performing, reliable, and easy to maintain.

Four-seat R44 RAVEN II and CLIPPER II helicopters are high performing, reliable, and easy to maintain. R44s have a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic, streamlined instrument panels, and a crashworthy fuel system. An aluminum monocoque and powder-coated steel tube structure provides a lightweight, yet robust airframe while the aerodynamic fuselage optimizes airspeed and fuel economy. Hydraulically boosted controls eliminate cyclic and collective feedback forces and provide responsive handling. A low tail-rotor tip speed and large cambered tail reduce flyover noise. Raven II and Clipper II helicopters are powered by Lycoming’s IO-540 fuel injected engine. The IO-540 delivers improved altitude performance, increased payload, and eliminates the need for carburetor heat.

The latest in ENG (electronic news gathering) technology.

The standard R66 ENG package includes a gyro stabilized gimbal that houses an Ikegami HDL-F3000 camera equipped with Canon’s 24 to 1 HD lens. Also included are three HD micro cameras; two in the cabin for recording passengers, and a third mounted on the tail. Seven-inch monitors on both sides of the front console display crisp HD images. Geneva digital audio controllers beneath each monitor allow for independent monitoring and transmitting. In the aft compartment, camera images display on a 10-inch HD monitor with controls located in the center console and laptop console. Other features include video switcher, digital video recorder with OLED display, three FM two-way radios, Nucomm ChannelMaster Lite microwave digital transmitter, Peak 13.5 dB directional microwave pod and TV tuner provisions.

Cost-efficient ready to go

The R66 TURBINE POLICE HELICOPTER offers law enforcement a reliable, high-performance turbine helicopter that is economical and easy to maintain. The four-place R66 Police Helicopter meets the latest FAA crashworthiness regulations. Its aerodynamic fuselage optimizes airspeed and fuel economy allowing the helicopter to remain on station for up to three hours. Turn-key ready, the R66 Police Helicopter comes equipped with the latest in navigation and surveillance technology.

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San Fernando International Airport
Av. Hipolito Yrigoyen s/n, B1646 San Fernando, Province of Buenos Aires



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