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Interesting Helicopter and Fixed-wing Facts for Racine, WI
The biggest helicopter was the Russian Mil Mi-12 Homer of 1968 which could lift 40,204 kg up to 2255 m.
The first reference to a rotor system is credited to inventor Leonardo da Vinci, who designed an ‘aerial screw’ in 1480. No full-scale variant was constructed during his lifetime.
Feature Helicopter for Racine, WI
Eurocopter Dauphin: The AS365 N3+ belongs to the Dauphin family, which is well known for its unique design. This medium sized helicopter has proven its ability to perform any kind of mission, anywhere in the world. It even excels in the most severe climatic conditions, such as high altitudes or hot temperatures.
Helicopter Facts for Racine, WI
Highest altitude made in a helicopter was 40,820ft (12,442m) on 21, June 1972 in a Aerospatiale Lama and the Pilot was Jean Bouet from France.