Features

The G-250 Eagle is a two-seat ultralight high-tech helicopter, equipped by aeronautical turbine; this type of aircraft is an innovation for the sector in terms of weight and power, with a greater range of operating altitude reached and different climatic condition of operability, compared to the aircraft of the same size.

This helicopter has been designed and built with particular attention to the research of the most innovative materials in order to obtain the maximum yield in terms of structural strength at minimum weight possible, allowing to have as result an excellent aerodynamic. In view of this considerations, it can be used in different circumstances and with very different operational purposes, due to its excellent characteristics to adapt to user requirements, to its highest performance in the category, as well as its high maneuverability and reliability.

Digital cockpit
Digital cockpit
Removable left side controls
Removable left side controls
Under-seat storage
Under-seat storage
TS100 DA Turbine
TS100 DA Turbine

Specifications

Lenght (overall)28,84 ft (8,79 m)
Height (overall)8,89 ft (2,71 m)
Width (overall)4,23 ft (1,29 m)
EnginePBS Turboshaft TS100 DA
Horsepowerderated to 140 hp
Maximum gross weight1433 lb (650 kg)
Empty weight794 lb (360 kg)
Maximum fuel capacity45 US gal (170 liters)
Maximum airspeed105 kts (194 km/h)
Cruise speedup to 95 kts (176 km/h)
Maximum range255 nm (470 km)
Hover ceiling IGE (1430 lb)7000 ft
Hovering ceiling OGE (1320 lb)7600 ft
Maximum operating altitude15000 ft
Nominal voltage28 V

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Equipment & Accessories

Standard equipment

Five-hole instrument panel (EMS, Navigation, flight data, trim indicators)
Foldable cyclic controls
Removable dual control (pedals and collective)
Rotor brake
4-point shoulder harnesses
Engine exhaust
Underseat storage
LED anti-collision and navigation lights
Cabin ventilation
Eco leather interiors
Carpets
Storage bag on doors (eco leather)

Optional equipment

Ground handling wheels
Rotor blade tie downs
Leather interiors
Alcantara interiors
Windshield cover
Storage bag on doors (leather)
Air conditioning system
Landing lights

Standard accessories

KRT2-S Radio VHF(detail)
PTT (Push to talk)
VHF Antenna(detail)
Garmin GPS Navigation System(detail)
Garmin G3X EFIS(detail)
EMS (Engine Monitoring System)(detail)
Longitudinal and lateral trim
Trim indicator (only pilot)
Hourmeter(detail)
Engine datalogger

Optional accessories

KTX2-S Transponder(detail)
Transponder antenna
ACK E-04 ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter)(detail)
USB socket
Headphone(detail)
Second EMS (Engine Monitoring System)
Second Trim indicator
Second PTT (Push to talk)
Second Trim button

Scheduled maintenance

Required maintenance and inspection intervals are given below. Publications listed are subject to revision.

Preventive maintenance is required between scheduled inspections. Fluid leaks, discoloration, fretting, galling, chafing, nicks, scratches, dents, cracks, and corrosion all warrant further investigation.

 

First
100
hours

Every
100
hours

First
150
hours

Every
150
hours

Every
300
hours

Every
500
hours

First
1100
hours

Every
2200
hours

Every
12
months

Every
24
months

Every
12
years

Verify track and balance of rotor system.

X

Drain and flush main rotor and tail rotor gearboxes.

X

X

Drain and flush transfer gearbox.

X

X

Full inspection.

X

X

Inspect main rotor blade spindles.

X

Overhaul main rotor and tail rotor gearboxes.

X

Inspect transfer gearbox.

X

X

Overhaul transfer gearboxs.

X

X

Clean gearbox chip detectors.

X

X

X

Test and inspect transponder.

X

Overhaul helicopter.

X

X

Inspect ELT.

X

Perform 12-year inspection and limited overhaul.

X

Inspect and service engine per TS100 Maintenance Manual (PP-54).

X

X

X

X

X

X