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alain57
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Message par alain57 Jeu 23 Avr 2009 - 10:36

j'ouvre un sujet sur le Chinook, afin de ne pas encombré le sujet news avec ce gros dossier ....

Les Chinook font le travail

http://www.canoe.com/infos/international/archives/2009/04/20090422-192744.html

http://www.afghanistan.gc.ca/canada-afghanistan/stories-reportages/2009_03_09b.aspx?lang=fra

Les hélicoptères canadiens ont contribué à la mission «au-delà de toutes les espérances» depuis leur arrivée en Afghanistan, affirme le commandant des forces aériennes, le colonel Christopher Coates.
C’est un succès incroyable. En quelques semaines à peine, on a fait bien plus que ce qu’on pensait pouvoir réaliser. On a transporté des centaines de milliers de tonnes de matériel et des milliers d’hommes. En plus, on s’en est servi pour des opérations», signale-t-il.
Très fier de ses hommes, le colonel Coates assistait au premier changement de commandement de l’escadre, hier. Au cours des prochains mois, c’est le lieutenant-colonel Marc Bigaouette qui dirigera les équipes qui piloteront les six Chinook pour transporter les troupes et les huit Griffon, servant d’escorte,
qui ont été déployés en Afghanistan.
«Un de nos plus grands défis proviendra du fait que nous serons les premiers à travailler ici en été. Nous devrons donc composer avec du temps très chaud et un soleil plus bas que ce à quoi on est habitués au Canada», explique le lieutenant-colonel Bigaouette.
Cette donnée sera d’autant plus importante que les huit Griffon ont été délestés de leurs équipements de navigation pour pouvoir les armer et les blinder. Les pilotes doivent donc voler à vue.

L’équipe du lieutenant-colonel Bigaouette profitera du travail accompli par celle du lieutenant-colonel Roger Gagnon, qui était aux commandes depuis le début.
«En quelque sorte, nous étions la rotation 0. On travaillait depuis longtemps avec des Griffon, mais c’est la première fois qu’on utilisait des Chinook.
C’était vraiment un grand défi d’apprivoiser les appareils et de s’en servir autant», commente-t-il.
Le lieutenant-colonel Gagnon était très heureux des succès des derniers mois.
«On est allés beaucoup plus loin que ce qu’on aurait cru. On a été capables de devancer des dates clés pour nous. Jamais nous n’aurions pensé être en mesure d’effectuer des opérations», ajoute-t-il.
Selon lui, il était fort important que les choses se passent bien pour lui et ses hommes. «Quand tout part de travers, tout continue de la même manière. En ayant un début aussi positif, ça rendra tout plus facile pour ceux qui vont suivre», poursuit-il.
Au cours des prochaines semaines, les troupes du lieutenant-colonel Bigaouette continueront de transporter les troupes afin de compléter l’actuelle rotation. Ensuite, leur mission sera revue compte tenu de l’arrivée d’un
important contingent d’hélicoptères américains.


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Message par alain57 Jeu 23 Avr 2009 - 10:51

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/CH-47_Chinook

http://www.helicopassion.com/fr/03/ch47-01.htm

http://avions.legendaires.free.fr/ch47.php

http://www.armyrecognition.com/Amerique_du_nord/Etats_Unis/helicopteres/CH-47_Chinook/CH-47_Chinook_USA_helicopter.htm
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Message par sevrien Jeu 23 Avr 2009 - 10:55

Merci, alain57 ! Bonne initiative !

On pourrait commencer par "transposer" certains de ses écrits ! Wink
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Message par alain57 Jeu 23 Avr 2009 - 10:59

exact Sevrien.......la suite pour les admins ......
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Message par alain57 Lun 27 Avr 2009 - 16:59

Australia buys seven newest Chinook Helicopters

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/7003/

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Australia-Ordering-CH-47F-Chinooks-05395/

12:22 GMT, April 27, 2009 WASHINGTON | On April 13 the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Australia of seven CHINOOK Helicopters and other related equipment, services and support. The estimated cost is $560 Million.

The Government of Australia has requested a possible sale of seven CH-47F CHINOOK Helicopters with
14 (2 per aircraft) T55-GA-714A Turbine engines, 7 M134D Dillon Aero Miniguns, 16 AN/ARC-201D Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radios (SINCGARS), 7 Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below Blue Force Trackers (FBCB2/BFT), 2 spare T-55-GA-714A Turbine engines, mission equipment, communication and navigation equipment, ground support equipment, spare and repair parts, special tools and test equipment, technical data and publications, personnel training and training equipment, contractor technical and logistics personnel services, and other related elements of logistics support. The estimated cost is $560 million.

Australia is one of our most important allies in the Western Pacific. The strategic location of this political and economic power contributes significantly to ensuring peace and economic stability in the region.
Australia’s efforts in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations in Iraq and in Afghanistan have had a significant impact on regional political and economic stability and have served U.S. national security interests. This proposed sale is consistent with those objectives and facilitates burden sharing with our allies.

The proposed sale of the CH-47F CHINOOK helicopters and components to Australia will contribute to U.S. security objectives by providing a coalition partner with significantly improved airlift capability. This will
improve the Royal Australian Army’s ability to participate in coalition operations, enhance the capacity of Australia’s Defense Forces to provide lift for ground forces and supplies in support of humanitarian assistance/disaster relief, and to contribute to stability operations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Australia will have no difficulty absorbing these helicopters into its armed forces.
The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.
The prime contractors will be: Boeing Integrated Defense Systems in St. Louis, MO; Rockwell Collins in Cedar
Rapids, IA; and ITT in Fort Wayne, IN. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.
Implementation of this proposed sale will require the assignment of two contractor representatives to
Australia for approximately 3 years to support delivery of the CH-47F helicopters in-country. Also, approximately 6 U.S. Government personnel will participate in program management and/or technical reviews in-country for one to two-week intervals annually.
There will be no adverse impact on U.S. defense readiness as a result of this proposed sale.
This notice of a potential sale is required by law. It does not mean that the sale has been concluded.


Dernière édition par alain57 le Mar 28 Avr 2009 - 9:45, édité 2 fois
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Message par sevrien Lun 27 Avr 2009 - 17:24

Merci, Alain !
alain57 a écrit: Australia buys seven newest Chinook Helicopters

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/7003/

12:22 GMT, April 27, 2009 WASHINGTON | On April 13 the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Australia of seven CHINOOK Helicopters and other related equipment, services and support.
The estimated cost is $560 Million.
Certains devraient en prendre note ! Ceci vient appuyer le vrai sens de mes remarques sur le CHINOOK ! Technologie pas dépassée du tout ! Very Happy
L'inventaire de la commande potentielle est impressionnant !
alain57 a écrit: Australia is one of our most important allies in the Western Pacific. The strategic location of this political and economic power contributes significantly to ensuring peace and economic stability in the region.
Australia’s efforts in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations in Iraq and in Afghanistan have had a significant impact on regional political and economic stability and have served U.S. national security interests. This proposed sale is consistent with those objectives and facilitates burden sharing with our allies.
Ce genre de déclaration, au bénéfice d'un allié, pourrait être 'disponible' pour la France !
alain57 a écrit: The proposed sale of the CH-47F CHINOOK helicopters and components to Australia will contribute to U.S. security objectives by providing a coalition partner with significantly improved airlift capability. This will
improve the Royal Australian Army’s ability to participate in coalition operations, enhance the capacity of Australia’s Defense Forces to provide lift for ground forces and supplies in support of humanitarian assistance/disaster relief, and to contribute to stability operations in the Asia-Pacific region.

Pourquoi pas, donc, pour la France et l'Allemagne ?
........
Il y a besoin de revoir la manière de penser (alléguée) du tandem franco-allemand !
Ce n'est pas le reste du monde qui est "out of step" ! Wink
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Message par Invité Lun 27 Avr 2009 - 17:35

L'Allemagne et la France devraient s'inspirer de cette décision. C'est un excellent appareil qui a fait ses preuves sur de nombreux champs de bataille.
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Message par alain57 Lun 27 Avr 2009 - 17:52

exact Sevrien et Jeannot, tout a fait d'accord, malheureusement un certains nombres de nos dirigeants ne sont pas toujours réalistes ......hélas.........
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Message par sevrien Mar 28 Avr 2009 - 8:43

Bonjour, alain57, Jeannot et chers tous !
Oui !
Autre lien (Flight International) sur ce sujet de la commande australienne de ces CHINOOK.
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/04/28/325720/australia-to-buy-seven-boeing-ch-47f-chinooks.html
DATE:28/04/09. SOURCE:Flight International
Australia to buy seven Boeing CH-47F Chinooks
By Siva Govindasamy
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Message par alain57 Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 18:29

Italy's ARMAEREO orders ICH-47F Chinook helicopter from AgustaWestland

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/7413/

13:59 GMT, May 13, 2009 AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that it has been
awarded a contract for sixteen ICH-47F Chinook helicopters plus four options for the Italian Army by the General Directorate of Air Armaments (ARMAEREO). The contract value is approximately € 900 million and includes a five year logistic support service. The delivery of the first aircraft is planned for 2013 with
final deliveries in 2017. The ICH-47Fs will be operated by the Italian Army Aviation 1st Regiment “Antares” based in Viterbo and will replace the 40 CH-47C Chinooks that have been in service since 1973.

Alessandro Parrini, Senior Vice President Italian Government Business Unit, AgustaWestland said “We are
happy to have achieved this major milestone. This contract, which marks the latest step in the long-lasting relationship between AgustaWestland and the Italian Army, further strengthens the strategic partnership between the company and the service and it will provide a significant contribution to the modernization of the Italian Army helicopter fleet”. AgustaWestland and the Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] signed an industrial agreement for the joint manufacture of the ICH-47F (as this latest version of the Chinook for the
Italian Army has been designated) in July 2008. Under the agreement AgustaWestland, the prime contractor for the Italian Army programme, is responsible for systems integration, final assembly and aircraft delivery to the customer. The AgustaWestland-Boeing industrial agreement also includes a licensing arrangement that enables AgustaWestland to market, sell and produce the Boeing CH-47F Chinook to the United Kingdom, other European countries and several countries in the Mediterranean region.

The new more powerful ICH-47F Chinook will offer the Italian Army enhanced operational effectiveness
to perform multiple roles including transport missions, disaster relief and fire fighting due to its high payload, long range and high cruise speed. The ICH-47 Chinook features an advanced communication system providing high situational awareness and enabling the aircraft to meet the latest Italian Army and Allies
digitalization programmes requirements. The new helicopter will provide high operational interoperability in a network-centric environment while keeping through life costs low in the wide range of scenarios where the Italian service is called upon to perform its duties. AgustaWestland is currently continuing to
deliver NH90 TTH helicopters to the Italian Army having started deliveries in December 2007. The service has ordered 60 NH90 TTH helicopters which will replace older models currently operated in various utility roles. AgustaWestland is also undertaking a targeting system upgrade for the Italian Army AW129 EES
helicopter fleet.
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Message par sevrien Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 18:36

Oui ! Les Italiens aiment les CHINOOK !
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Message par alain57 Mer 13 Mai 2009 - 18:48

oui Sevrien excellente machine, nos soldats, cruellement en manque d'hélicos en Afghanistan (ils sont régulièrement transporté par les hélicos US) aimerais sans doute en avoir quelque uns a disposition......
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Message par Invité Mer 24 Juin 2009 - 23:54

Le CH 47 est cité dans le budget de l'US Army, changement prévu de théâtre d'opérations.

Le plus adapté dans les régions d'Afghanistan

L'article sur Aviation Week :

The Fiscal 2010 defense budget had not been released during the annual Army Aviation Assn. of America (Quad A) show here, May 3. But leadership was fairly positive about the state of its branch.

“Army aviation will be just fine,” aviation branch chief Maj. Gen. James Barclay told reporters. “We won’t get every dime we want, but we have lots of supporters.”

Not even one day after the show closed, the Army announced that out of a $142.1-billion budget for FY10, $5.3 billion was requested for aircraft procurement, an amount that for many fell somewhere in the middle of expectations.

Demand for Army aviation assets is at an all-time high and predicted to grow. As operations move from Iraq to Afghanistan and the terrain gets more challenging, there are missions suited only to mounted vertical maneuver.
For the moment, the CH-47 Chinook is the only aircraft that breathes easily in the thin mountain air.
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/ARMY062409.xml&headline=Army%20Seeks%20to%20Optimize%20Aviation%20Assets&channel=defense


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Message par alain57 Mar 7 Juil 2009 - 18:00

Chinook Mk3 Successfully Completes 1st Test

http://www.defpro.com/news/details/8498/

11:46 GMT, July 7, 2009 LONDON | Boeing Defence UK Ltd., a subsidiary of The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA],
today announced that a UK Chinook Mk3 helicopter successfully completed its first test flight on June 6 at the Ministry of Defence's Boscombe Down facility during the flight testing and evaluation phase of the Mk3 reversion program.

A Boeing team that includes key suppliers QinetiQ and GE Aviation Systems Ltd., working in close collaboration with the Royal Air Force (RAF), is reverting eight Mk3s for compatibility with the RAF fleet of 40 Mk2s.
The eight converted helicopters are scheduled for delivery from late 2009 through 2010 and will join the rest of the RAF Chinook fleet at RAF Odiham in Hampshire.

"Significantly increasing the heavy-lift capability of the RAF, the additional eight Chinook Mk3 helicopters will help support demanding operational needs in Afghanistan," said Rear Adm. Tony Johnstone-Burt, Commander
of the Joint Helicopter Command.

"This program, which is a team effort empowered by the RAF and key suppliers QinetiQ and GE Aviation Systems, is a wonderful example of working together to achieve an expanded mission-ready fleet," said Jim O'Neill, vice president of Integrated Logistics for Boeing Global Services and Support. "Getting these aircraft into service will help save lives and support essential missions."

A Chinook helicopter can carry up to 55 troops or 10 tons of freight and be used in a variety of operational
roles, including troop transportation and casualty evacuation. They are highly capable and versatile helicopters that cope well with many diverse environments, including the harsh conditions in Afghanistan.

A wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company and a business unit of Boeing Integrated Defense Systems,
Boeing Defence UK Ltd. currently has employees at 20 locations throughout the United Kingdom supporting Ministry of Defence and U.S. military programs.
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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mer 16 Sep 2009 - 23:27

Bonsoir,

Quelques news du Chinook

http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/new-chinooks-for-canada-and-upgrades-for-uk/



New Chinooks for Canada, and Upgrades for UK
By: Chris Pocock

September 15, 2009
Rotorcraft, Defense




Boeing took a long-expected order from Canada for 15 CH-47F Chinook helicopters worth $1.15 billion. These will be new-build helicopters, to enter service in 2013 and 2014.

Boeing said it would offset the entire contract value with contracts and partnerships in Canada. Canada already operates six CH-47Ds that it acquired urgently last year from the U.S. Army, for service in Afghanistan.

Italy ordered 16 of the new F-model Chinooks earlier this year, and Boeing is delivering 191 new and remanufactured examples to the U.S. Army under a multi-year contract. In the UK, the Royal Air Force (RAF) is set to receive the first of eight Chinooks that were delivered in 2001 but have never entered service.

In one of the country’s most embarrassing procurement sagas, the UK unsuccessfully attempted to modify the aircraft to a new HC.3 standard for use by special forces, without resort to Boeing-designed flight control software. When this project failed, these Chinook HC.3s were stored until a contract to make them airworthy was negotiated with Boeing.

This contract was later modified to revert the eight aircraft to the HC.2 version already in RAF service (although they retain the additional fuel tanks also seen on MH-47s for the U.S. special forces). The total cost to UK taxpayers of introducing the eight additional helicopters will be about $750 million.

Meanwhile, Honeywell announced the receipt of a $185 million contract from the UK to upgrade the entire RAF fleet of over 40 Chinooks with the more powerful and fuel-efficient Honeywell T55-L-714A powerplants. The RAF also wants to upgrade the avionics of the Chinook fleet, but no decisions have yet been made.


Contrat au canada (15 modèles F)
Modernisation des cellules de l'US Army
Modernisation de la motorisation (et peut-être aussi de l'avionique) de toute la flotte des chinook du royaume uni

Le vent souffle toujours dans le bon sens pour le Chinook

Bonne soirée


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Message par jullienaline Mar 10 Nov 2009 - 19:02

Bonsoir à tous,

Londres envisagerait de commander une trentaine de Chinook.
On peut dire que cela serait une reconnaissance des grandes qualités de cet appareil.
De plus, ce serait un changement de catégorie, car le Chinook est bien plus lourd que le Puma ou le Sea-King.

Londres souhaiterait acheter illico 30 "Chinook" à Boeing

Le Premier Ministre britannique aurait pris la décision, en accord avec ses ministères des finances et de la défense, de renoncer à lancer un appel d'offres pour remplacer ses hélicoptères "Sea King" et ses "Puma" vieillissants, selon le 'Financial Times', en lançant une procédure accélérée pour commander une trentaine d'hélicoptères lourds "Chinook" à Boeing. Le contrat pourrait porter sur 1 Milliard de Livres (1,11 Milliard d'Euros) et serait financé par le ralentissement de certains programmes militaires jugés secondaires. L'objectif serait d'obtenir d'ici 1 à 2 ans maximum les premiers appareils pour alléger le programme de ceux qui officient en Afghanistan.
http://bourse.challenges.fr/news.hts?urlAction=news.hts&idnews=FPS091110_20357476&numligne=0&date=091110

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Message par Poncho (Admin) Jeu 12 Nov 2009 - 9:35

Bonjour

Pour être sérieux 5 min



C'est pas pratique un Chinook ?

Bonne journée


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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mer 26 Jan 2011 - 11:27

Bonjour à tous

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/01/24/352225/picture-uks-first-project-julius-chinook-returns-to-the.html


The Project "Julius" upgrade to the UK Royal Air Force's Boeing CH-47 Chinook transport helicopter fleet has advanced to the flight-test phase, with the first modified example to be ready for operational use late this year.

Equipped with a modified cockpit and other enhancements, 30-year-old Chinook HC2 ZA677 was returned to the air at Vector Aerospace's Fleetlands site in Hampshire on 9 December as a re-designated HC4 transport. It is the first of 46 in-service aircraft due to receive the modifications at the UK's depth maintenance site for the type.

"The first of the modified helicopters is expected to be available to commanders before the end of 2011," says David Pitchforth, managing director, Boeing UK Rotorcraft Support.

Work to prepare 38 Chinook HC4/4As will conclude in 2015, while an effort to adapt eight longer-range HC3-model aircraft as HC5s will wrap up the following year, the company says.

"Julius delivers important new capabilities which will be quickly used on operations in Afghanistan and beyond," says Chris White-Horne, future heavylift project leader for the UK Ministry of Defence.

Key elements of the upgrade programme include the introduction of an adapted Thales TopDeck cockpit with four new multifunction displays and a digital moving map, plus a tablet-based electronic flight bag. Worth more than £400 million ($638 million), the project will also lead to the fleet-wide use of Honeywell T55-714 engines.

Boeing says the enhancements "will provide improved situational awareness, increased safety and options for capability enhancement".

The RAF's Chinook fleet should eventually grow to 60 aircraft, with 14 new-build examples currently under contract.

Transformation des Chinook HC2 en HC4 dans le cadre du projet Julius. Nouvelle motorisation / avionique so on...

Conversion achevée pour le premier exemplaire en cette fin d'année

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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mer 26 Jan 2011 - 11:29

Au passage

Une bonne synthèse des différentes versions de la RAF

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_Chinook_(UK_variants)


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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mar 8 Fév 2011 - 10:36

Bonjour à tous
Quelques détails sur le programme Julius...

http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/uk-chinook-upgrade-flies-more-details-emerge-28448/

Pas grand chose de nouveau par rapport à l'article de Flight

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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mer 28 Sep 2016 - 10:52

Bonjour




Une photo qui fera plaisir à un fervent supporter de cette machine (et d'autres made in derby)



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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mar 12 Déc 2017 - 10:45

Bonjour,

http://aviationweek.com/vertical-flight/chinook-fly-ch-53k-engine

Le T408 de 7500 cv du CH53K en test sur le CH47 (quelle machine)

Rotte says the development team already has completed the preliminary design review. Among the challenges is that the GE38 spins in the opposite direction to the Honeywell T55, necessitating changes to the nose gearbox.


D'autres pistes pour l'amélioration du Ch47

The news emerges as Boeing continues to proceed with the development of the Block II Chinook fitted with the company’s new Advanced Chinook Rotor Blade. Flight trials of a CH-47F fitted with the new blades carried out here in 2016 revealed that the new blades allowed the helicopter to lift 1,640 lb. of additional payload. Now the company is beginning a survey of flight loads to measure the effect of the 54,000 lb. maximum gross weight envisioned for the Block II on the airframe. A fully instrumented CH-47F fitted with an internally mounted fuel tank is being flown by Boeing test pilots for the trials.

Nouvelles pales...


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Message par Poncho (Admin) Jeu 14 Nov 2019 - 9:57

Bonjour

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/31013/this-is-our-first-look-at-a-ch-47-chinook-with-super-powerful-t408-engines

Le Chinook à moteur T408 sort du bois

A CH-47F with T408s had the potential to be significantly more capable than the helicopter in its existing configuration, which already has very good speed, payload, and hot-and-high performance. The General Electric engines each produce 7,500 shaft horsepower (SHP), around 2,500 SHP more than the T55-GA-714As on standard F models. Boeing has said that the Block II CH-47Fs will already have increased performance compared to the original F variants even without the new engines.


A suivre, parce que cet hélico est aerotransportable en C17 et en A400M !


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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mar 4 Fév 2020 - 10:01

Bonjour

Il est temps de l'acheter non?

En attendant Block II en cours (et quelques incertitudes sur la suite de la prod)

https://www.verticalmag.com/news/boeing-to-boost-block-ii-testing-as-uncertain-fate-of-chinook-factory-brightens/


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Message par Poncho (Admin) Mar 4 Fév 2020 - 10:18

Pour référence

https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2017-05-31/boeing-prepares-begin-ch-47f-chinook-block-2-upgrade

Charge utile passant de 19,278 pounds à 22,207 pounds


Et à priori il doit être possible d'avoir un jour ce moteur sur le Chinook

https://aerospace.honeywell.com/en/learn/about-us/press-release/2019/10/honeywells-t55-engine-upgrade


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