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Eye-Catcher's with on board computer simulators "fly it in it"


     McDonnell Douglas 500 'fly it in it' on board computer simulator

 Hughes ~ McDonnell Douglas 500 introduction:

The famous and 
incredible Hughes / MD 500 helicopter
entered Army service rapidly in 1966, used in Vietnam.
The MD 500D was featured in the "Magnum PI" of Hawaii Teve shows in the mid 1980's. The MD 500D and (C)
helicopters used in the Magnum Teve show are today lost. Universal Studios used the MD 500D in a number
of mid 1980's Teve shows like the A-team & Airwolf. More impressive is the fact
that this helicopter type holds
and having set 23 world flight records * which more than any other single aircraft in Aviation History.
Reference: From the Army Aviation Museum's placard.

 Hughes ~ McDonnell Douglas 500 description:

McDonnell Douglas ~ Hughes 500 is an OH-6 Cayuse ex Warbird currently undergoing a total restoration
and being rebuilt as a display and Helicopter simulator. It is an time and money consuming project. We are
seeking a sponsor company/s that can sponsor the restoration and commercially use our 
MD 500D for a season
or more. As a sponsor company you can choose the colors as well as out-fit of the helicopter
. The sponsor
company choose the look. We can compleate the MD 500D as an incredible civilian helicopter and paint the
MD 500D in your company color scheme or to compleate it as an warbird gunship.
Contact us for information.
• •    Note: Photographs show current & future Hardware looks and Software simulator screen looks ..

 Hughes ~ McDonnell Douglas 500 history:

The Hughes H-369A [YOH-6A] or OH-6A Cayuse first flight was in 1963. Shortly after Hughes Tools Co announced
that they where developing a civilian/commercial version with a more powerful Allison turbo shaft engine.
The commercial version was named the H-500U later renamed to Hughes 500C. The Hughes Culver City facility
change name to the Hughes Helicopters Inc. 
During the peak production in 1968 ~ 1972 well over a 100:ed
Hughes TH-55 Osage, OH-6A Cayuse, 300A and 500C 
were built monthly at the assembly line in Culver City, CA.
The upgraded and improved Hughes 500D was the new version for 1976. Featuring a more powerful engine and
the new T-tail configuation and new five-blade main rotor. The four-blade main rotor was left as option.
Executive versions of the 500D came with recontoured glass nose, certified in 1982. The 500D was replaced by
the MD 500E in 1982. Featuring a new pointed glass nose and various interior improvements such as improved
head and leg room. The current and latest version 530F is a more powerful version of the 500E fitted with
Rolls Royce 250-C20R 450 shp (336kW) geared for tough and hot as well as and high work environments.
McDonnell Douglas acquired Hughes Helicopters Inc
in January 1984 and since August 1985 the 500E and
530F were built as the MD 500E and MD 530F Lifter variant. Later in 1997 Boeing / McDonnell Douglas
merged and Boeing 
sold the former McDonnell Douglas civilian helicopter line to
McDonnell Douglas
Helicopters Inc
in March of 1999.

 Hughes ~ McDonnell Douglas 500 specs:

Avionics: King KY 196A COM, King KT 76A XPNDR, King KLN 90B GPS, NAT Audio ICS, Davtron OAT,
ELT and more .. No Service or Ad's Bulletins are UTD.
Flight Instrument Group, Dual Controls, Standard Interior, Cabin Heat & Defog, High Skids,
Facet Oil Filter, Ext Cargo Hook, Fly Away Kit.
OH-6A & MD 500 Series specs contig:
Crew: 1-2. Capacity: pax 2+3, 5 tot. Length: 30 ft 10 in (9.4 m). Rotor diameter: 26 ft 4 in (8.03 m).
Height: 8 ft 2 in (2.48 m). Empty weight: 1,088 lb (493 kg). Max takeoff weight: 2,250 lb (1,157 kg).
Engine MD 500C & OH-6A: 1x  Allison CB-250-C20 Turboshaft @ 278 shp (207 kW).
Engine MD 500D: 1x Allison CB-250-C20B @ 420 shp (313kW).
Engine MD 500E & MD 530F: 1x Allison @ 420 shp (313kW) or Rolls Royce 250-C20R 450 shp (336kW).
Max speed: 152 knots/175 mph/282 km/h. Cruise speed: 125 kn/144 mph/232 km/h.
Range: 375 mi/605 km. Service ceiling: 16,000 ft/4,875 m. Rate of climb:
1,700 ft/min/8.6 m/s.

Great MD/Hughes 500 Clips ..
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Music: MD 500E Start up sequence..
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MD 500E {N86ST] engine start up and take off
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MD 500E {N86ST] Attacks
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MD 500E {N86ST] Engine shut down
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Feature: Fly and Work with a Hughes 500D
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Feature: Army Aviation Heritage Foundation
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MD 500E of City of Mesa Police Dep {Falcon 3]
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MD 600N promotion video
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Hughes McDonnell Douglas 500C / D / E for Sale


     Barnett J4B is an incredible Eye-Catcher for the crowds ..

 Barnett J4B description:

Our Barnett J4B
was built in 1968, and it is the only flying and airworthy in Europe.
The Gyrocopter or Autogyro is a hybrid and cross-over between a Helicopter and Aircraft.
The Barnett J4B is an unique Gyrocopter with excellent performance that measure up to the best
Gyrocopters of today. The Barnett J4B is updated & upgraded and had major overhaul in August 2009.
• •    Note: Photographs show Hardware looks 2009 and 007 James Bond 1967 movie poster*.
For the public eye the Gyrocopter 'WA-116' was first shown back in 1967 in the 007 James Bond movie
You Only Live Twice
* from 1967 it was the fifth spy film in the James Bond series. [See the poster to the right].
The Gyrocopter in the 007 James Bond movie You Only Live Twice was named '
Little Nellie' .
It was operated by R.A.F Wing Commander Mr. Ken Wallis the Gyrocopters builder and pilot.
'The Little Nellies' Make/Type: Wallis WA-116. Tail no: G-ARZB. 
* 007 James Bond is copyright by respective owners: EON Productions Ltd, Danjaq LLC, Sony,
  MGM and  Ian Fleming Publications Ltd.

 Barnett J4B specs:

ngine: Continental C85-12-F @ 85hk. TTSN: 859 hrs. SMOH: 98hrs. Corrosion tested: 2007.05.18.
Fuel capacity: 45L. Air endurance: Up to 2,5 hrs. Engine effect: 85 hk. Max speed: 95kt [Vne 95 kt]
(230 km/h). Cruise speed: 70kt [Vno 70 kt] (130 km/h). Max weight: 398 kg, pilots max weight 113 kg.
Experimental Category, permit valid thruout: 2014. Airworthyness thruout: 2010.11.30. Tail no: SE-HYL.


     Gardan Horizon GY80-160 'fly it in it' on board computer simulator

 Gardan Horizon GY80-160 description:

Our [2] Aircrafts: 'OY-DVF' & 'F-BLVZ' was built in 1964 and 1965, S/N 34 and S/N 79 of 259 units built.
Registration: 'OY-DVF' & 'F-BLVZ'. Year of manufacture: 1964 & 1965.
Airplane Time State: TTSN 2,300 hrs and 1,800 hrs.
Engine: Lycoming O-320-B3B. TTSN: 2,300 hrs and 1,800 hrs. Propeller: Sensenich FP TBO ./hrs.
Airworthiness Certificate CDNR: - . Interior:  4 Seats, clean. Exterior:  ./10. 
Avionics:  VHF REMF 760 Ch, XPDR mode A/C KING KT76A.
• •    Note: Photographs show Hardware looks and Software simulator screen looks ..

 Gardan Horizon GY80-160 history:

From Aérospatiale
Gardan Horizon GY80 to SST Aircraft the Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde via the Caravelle.
A subdivision of Aérospatiale and Sud-Aviation, Nord-Aviation, and French known designer Yves Gardan
built and marketed this four-seat all-metal light aircraft of Yves Gardan design in the early 1960's. The
Gardan Horizon GY-80 prototype first flight was on 21:st of July 1960. The Gardan Horizon GY-80 is a low
wing monoplane with semi retractable landing gears tricycle type. Half of each
wheel remains exposed
when retracted, unique solution at the time. Socata only built 259 units before production ended in 1969.

• • • • • Note: French Sud Aviation produced the Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle in 1955. It was the first
short to medium range jet airliner. The first SE 210 Caravelle 'F-WHHH' was named Madame de Gaulle.
A total of 282 Caravelle units were built, including all types up to the Caravelle 12, the Super Caravelle.
When the Caravelle production ended in 1972 the production of the first SST Aircraft the Concorde started.

 Gardan Horizon GY80-160 specs:

Weights: empty 1,378 lb (625 kg). Maximum take-off 2,535 lb (1150 kg).
Dimensions: span 31 ft 9 3/4 in (9.70 m). Length 21 ft 9 1/2 in (6.64 m). Height 8 ft 6 1/4 in (2.60  m).
Wing area 139.9 sq ft (13.0 sq meters). Engine: Lycoming OH-320 @ 160 hp (119 kW ~ standard 1965 > ).
Fixed pitch, two blade propeller.

 Watch-a-Video!  Great Gardan Horizon GY80-160 Clips ..
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Gardan Horizon GY 80-160 Dancing with Clouds
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Gardan Horizon GY 80 Take Off on only 400m of runway on Kegnaes
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GY80 landing and take off [with only 400 m of rwy], Kegnaes


     Rutan Quickie Q2/Q200 'fly it in it' on board computer simulator

 Rutan Quickie Q2/Q200 description:

Our Rutan Quickie Q2 is
currently undergoing a restoration and being rebuilt as a display and Aircraft
simulator. New paint job and IT-controlls, displays etc are in the works. We are going to shorten the canard
and wing for easy handling while transporting and also for space saving when on working on events.
At first look the Rutan Quickie Q2/Q200 it looks to be a modified biplane or canard design. The Quickie
is a tandem wing aircraft both the front and rear wings are full airfoils. The forward wing is technically
a canard, fitted with elevators but it provides about 60% of the lift capacity. The aft wing serves as
tailstabilizer although all pitch control comes from the forward canard. Highly efficient, and of
material construction, the Quickie Q2 and Q200 are typically Rutan aircraft designs.
• •    Note: Photographs show Hardware looks and Software simulator screen looks ..

 Rutan Quickie Q2/Q200 history:

The designer Burt Rutan has stated that the design was meant to be a refection of the X-Wing Star-Fighter
from Lucasfilm Ltd movie
Star Wars.
All together this made the Quickie an attractive and an exciting
aircraft for a first time homebuilder. Commercial kit production began in June 1978 and by the late 1990's
and more than 3,000 units of the single and two seater kits had been produced and sold but not many have
been compleated to flight standards with Airworthyness ..

The Quickie was designed in 1977 by Burt Rutan with the prototype construction started in August 1977.
The design was not developed, no modifications or changes was done after January 1978. The design
of the Quickie was optimized to be a minimal number of fiberglass components the fuselage incl fin,
front wing and rear wing. Integration of components was a high priority and the engine choices very wide
but for simplicity the prototype used a VW Beetle 1800 cc engine. Later Q200 had Continental engine.

 Rutan Quickie Q2/Q200 specs:

Range: 478 nm/885 km/550 mi. Top Speed: 174 kts/322 kmh/200 mph. Cruise: 122 kts/226 kmh/140 mph.
Climb: 1,200 ft/min /6.1 m/sec. Gross Weight: 1,000 lbs/454 kg. Empty Weight: 490 lbs/222 kg.

 Rutan Quickie Q2's designer Burt Rutan's other designed craft. - Aircraft Development and Record Flights:

The Model 76 Voyager was the first aircraft to fly around the world without stopping or refueling.
Piloted by Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager The flight started from Edwards Air Force Base's 15,000 foot (4,600 m)
runway in the Mojave Desert on December 14, 1986, and ended successfully 9 days, 3 minutes and 44 seconds
later, on December 23 1986. The aircraft flew west 26,366 miles (42,432 km; the FAI accredited distance is
40,212 km). Average altitude of 11,000 feet (3,350 m). This broke a previous record set by United States Air Force
crew piloting a Boeing B-52 that flew 12,532 miles (20,168 km) in 1962.

Also worth remembering.. The Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer a Jet Aircraft also designed by Burt Rutan and built by
Scaled Composites. Piloted by Mr. Steve Fossett made the first solo nonstop flight around the globe in 2005.

 Watch-a-Video!  Great Quickie Q Clips ..
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A Real Quickie
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Quickie Q2 Q200 flying
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