Ajai sahib, you have removed the name!! :)It still is a NAL Hansa. Made for rookie flight instruction in the country.About 200 kmph speed and about 700 kg weight.Engine about 100 HP, looking for better engines with more HP.Brownies and stars please?
It's even written over it.. HANSA
NAL Hansa at HAL museum bnagalore
This is NAL Hansa.As per Wikipedia:The production variant made its first flight on May 14, 1999.General characteristicsCrew: two, pilot and instructorLength: 7.68 m (25 ft 2 in)Wingspan: 10.47 m (34 ft 4 in)Height: 2.61 m (8 ft 7 in)Wing area: 12.5 m² (134 ft²)Empty weight: 545 kg (1,200 lb)Gross weight: 750 kg (1,650 lb)Powerplant: 1 × Rotax 914 F3, 86 kW (115 hp)PerformanceCruising speed: 215 km/h (134 mph)Endurance: 4 hours
NAL Hansa training aircraft.
Isn't that our very own Hansa sitting pretty at the HAL museum??
Ajai Sir,If I am not wrong, then It must bethe first prototype of NAL/HAL "HANSA-II" (Reg.No: VT-XIW).It made its first flight on 23rd Nov 1993. Test Pilot was Wg Cdr P Ashoka.It completed its 128Hr of test flight before being donated to HAL Museum. It was designed by the National Aerospace Laboratories and produced by HAL.PERFORMANCE:------------------Crew: 2Length: 25ftHeight: 8.7ftEmpty weight: 550kgAll-up weight: 750kgWingspan: 34.35ftEndurance: 4HrFuel Capacity: 85LStall Speed: 47KIAS (Knots Indicated Air Speed)Cruising Speed: 96KIAS (Knots Indicated Air Speed)Rate Of Climb: 650ft/minLanding Distance: 1770ftTake-Off Distance: 1355ftPropeller: 2 bladed Hoffmann propeller of diameter of 1730mmPower plant: Rotax914F3(Turbo Charged)100bhp@5500rpm / 115bhp@5800rpm
hindustan turbo trainer, HAL design based on modified HPT-32 fuselage with an allison engine, dropped after no interest shown from IAF.
Grob G 115 manufactured in germany, used for training rookie fighter pilots. Extremely light weight due to carbon composites and quite cheap with each unit costing less than 5 million usd. Additionally it has a good safety record.
NAL HansaFirst flight on May 14 1999Senthil
Its the HANSA trainer aircraft from HAL. Twin seater turboprop. Limited numbers manufactured.
This is the Grob 120. It is a notable development by Grob Aerospace of Germany in that it has a carbon composite airframe. This has supposedly resulted in fewer maintenance requirements.First flight was 1999. It has more recently been offered to the IAF as a basic trainer, including a possible deal involving HAL in the manufacture and supply chain should Grob be chosen:http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/grob-aircraft-targets-181-trainers-for-iaf/398378/I am guessing this is related to the location of the picture.The engine of the standard A model is a 260 hp, 6 cylinder lycoming and it has a MTOW of about 1500 kg. The new TP version (being offered to India) has a more powerful engine rated at 380 horses (continuous) and 456 hp peak (for 5 minutes). All this and more can be found on the official website: http://www.grob-aircraft.eu/index.php/home.html
HAL HPT-32 Deepak-:V:-
Its the NAL developed Hansa.
NAL Hansa an all composite plane devleloped by NAL. I think first flight was in 99. Made by Tarneja aerospace.
Hansa, developed by NAL and being manufactured by Taneja Aerospace.
Ajai,Trying your Quiz for the first time. Good one.The aircraft is Reg Call Sign:VT-XIW Aircraft Type:HANSA-2 No of Flying Hours:128:00 Location at Present:HAL, Museum, Bangalore.Regards,Armourmight
NAL Hansa 2 - A all-composite two-seater general aviation airplane
its a Hansa bt NAL.....one o the few triners manufactured by India--Aditya....
Ajai Sir,You have not declared the result as well as the answer of the the WEEKEND QUIZ i.e. Quiz no-4 yet. So can you please???????????
THE WINNER OF THE GOLD STAR FOR THIS QUIZ... UNQUESTIONABLY... IS BINAY!AND A BROWNIE POINT TO ARMOURMIGHT... FOR AN INTERESTING ANGLE TO HIS RESEARCH!!
Hey shukla these types of quizs are addictions - keep it up!
Its Hansa 2. THey had a Continental O-240 engine. This is the only aircraft of this type. They also tried to re-engine this type as Hansa 2RE.
Also this aircraft was not produced by HAL. It was built by NAL & TAAL.
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