Northwest Aviation (2012 [FICTIONAL]) - Northwest NW-160A-1 RedHawk

Northwest Aviation (2012 [FICTIONAL]) - Northwest NW-160A-1 RedHawk

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Thanks to RedHawk (aka Southern Italian Guy) for the original RH700 Heavy Lifter. This is precisely a variant of the RH700, but shares about only 75% to 80% in parts commonality. The NW-160A uses a single LM6000 turboshaft which was originally designed for use on gigantic cruise ships as a means of extra power. The NW-160A also replaces the cockpit and interior with those used on the R400ER and it institutes contra roating blades. The NW-160A is a purely passenger aircraft, designed for usage in Japan, Indonesia and China. Cargo space is in the tail section. The NW-160A comes in the following subvariants: The -1 through -8 which are the basic prototypes, The -9 which has increased fuel capacity and an uprated LM6000 for longer distances, the -9A which is a -9 designed for amphibious usage, the -10 and -10A which are designed for smaller commuter purposes, the -11, which is designed for first class usage only and the -12 and -12A which are designed to be business only models. Models without GE engines are being marketed as the World Dynamics H-6, and the above variants will be listed as -NW9A for example, which is basically the manufacturer code in front of the number (NW is Northwest). The first World Dynamics H-6-NW1 will be finished soon. The helicopter is expected to begin service in mid-January 2013. #160 #160A #160A1 #Dynamics #H6 #H6NW1 #N160AW #Northwest #NW #NW160 #NW160A #NW160A1 #RedHawk #World
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