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Hi,

I start this topic by the Aeris Naviter AN-2 helicopter from spain,it
was appeared in 2009.




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hesham wrote:

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I start this topic by the Aeris Naviter AN-2 helicopter from spain,it
was appeared in 2009.

 

More info on the Aeris Naviter AN-2 Enara from Jane's All the World's Aircraft, 2010...

Prototype rolled out in March 2009 and displayed, unflown, at Paris Air Show, 15 to 21 June 2009. As with AeroQuad, two years earlier, details of rotor control system were concealed. By June 2010, no word had been received of first flight, although certification stated to have been due in May 2010. Kit version (49 per cent complete; Experimental class) availability planned from December 2009; certification in European VLR class expected at end of 2010.



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And more from here:

http://images.businessweek.com/ss/09/06/0616_aircraft_smaller_makers/2.htm
 
Based in Northern Spain, Aeris Naviter specializes in lightweight, easy-to-use helicopters. The company's latest, the AN2 Enara, is built from aluminum and has dual-rotation blades (so-called coaxial rotors) that allow the aircraft to be piloted without a complicated tail blade. The AN2, targeted at the transport and emergency-services market, was officially launched in April. The company expects to ramp up production over the next two years.


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TheAitem Horus UAV from Spain...



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AISA IH-51

from Aeroplano magazine No. 14


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AISA IH-49 tandem-rotor helicopter, same source.

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Hi,

here is the ELA Aviacion ELA-07S gyroplane.



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hesham wrote:

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here is theELA Aviacion ELA-07S gyroplane.



Bigger pic



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Aerotecnica's AC-15 was a developed from AC-14 with a 260hp Lycoming O-435-V engine, but I can't find more info or images.



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Also the Aerotecnica AC-21 12/14-seat project with Turbomeca Turmo III turbines and ducted-air tailboom.



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There was also the AISA H-52. Its mentioned in my AISA GN page, but there's no further info or photos.

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Hi,

here is the AC-21.


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hesham wrote:

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here is the AC-21.


Thanks a lot Hesham



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555 wrote:

Aerotecnica's AC-15 was a developed from AC-14 with a 260hp Lycoming O-435-V engine, but I can't find more info or images.


 

I doubt anyone will ever find images for the AC-15 project, seeing how the Spanish government withdrew financial support and Aerotecnica went into liquidation before it could be built. :P



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From Terry, the Aerotécnica AC-21:

aerotcnicaac21transport.jpg



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Aerotécnica AC-12 and AC-14:

aerotcnicacantinieauac1.jpg



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From toura:

http://img815.imageshack.us/img815/7113/scan6.jpg

http://img35.imageshack.us/img35/8348/scan7r.jpg



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From Terry:

http://img32.imageshack.us/img32/497/aerotcnicacantinieauac1.jpg



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And a historic video on you tube for Aerotecnica /Cantineau

part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXzfEqGOFqU
part 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sANcl1_QuRs&feature=related

What a big tail section does the Bambi have




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Much thanks for the video links!!



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Aerotecnica AC.21



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