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Helicopter / VTOL Projects

BAC Aero is a creation of a former Canadian government expert in aerospace propulsion certification field.  The intent is to provide expertise to the emerging aircraft OEM and STC market that previously available only to large OEMs such as Bombardier, Bell Helicopter Canada or Pratt & Whitney Canada.

BAC Aero is a creation of a former Canadian government expert in aerospace propulsion certification field.  The intent is to provide expertise to the emerging aircraft OEM and STC market that previously available only to large OEMs such as Bombardier, Bell Helicopter Canada or Pratt & Whitney Canada.

Sikorsky S76D

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
Robinson R66

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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MD Helicopters MD900

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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Bell 525 Relentless

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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Heli-Lynx 350FX and 355FX

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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Eurocopter EC175

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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Bell 206 & 407 Product Line

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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Other Bell Helicopters Projects

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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Other STC projects

The Turbo-Beaver was derived from the venerable DHC-2 Beaver bush plane.  It combines a clean-sheet design engine installation, based on the reliable PT6A-34 engine, a new glass-cockpit Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), a "wet-wing", and host of other secondary changes.  With performance twice better than the original Beaver, the AVD Turbo-Beaver is poised to reinvigorate the bush plane market.
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