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Incomplete
 
Agusta AZ.101G
Agusta/Bell AB.102
Agusta A.103
Agusta A.104
Agusta A.105
Agusta A.106
Agusta A.109 "Hirundo"
Agusta A.115
Agusta A.119 "Koala"
Agusta A.129 "Mangusta"
Agusta/Bell AB.139


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Well you're right about that. There's lots more to add, including more Bell cooperations, so here is a better list of what I can add now until I find more...

 

Agusta AZ.101G

Agusta/Bell AB.102
Agusta A.103
Agusta A.104
Agusta A.105
Agusta A.106
Agusta A.109 "Hirundo"
Agusta A.115
Agusta A.119 "Koala"
Agusta A.129 "Mangusta"
Agusta-Meridionali EMA.124
Agusta/Bell AB.139

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Also we can add here is this section;

 

Agusta A.101D,a project for medium single rotor helicopter of classic

                      fuselage and boom configuration with 27-pax capacity

                      and powered by three 750 shp.Turbomeca Turmo III  

                      turboshafts.          



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Hope this helps..hmm

 

Agusta AZ.101 - Heavy transport helicopter (prototype, with Rolls-Royce Bristol-Gnome H-1400 turbine engines)

  • A.101D (AZ.101D?) - Filippo Zappata's A.101 project with Turbomeca Turmo III turboshaft engines, led to development of the prototype A.101G
  • A.101G (AZ.101G) - First and initial production model.
  • A.101H - 36-passenger version with extended fuselage (by 3 meters) with General Electric T58 turbine engines.

Agusta/Bell AB.102 - medium transport helicopter wth Pratt & Whitney R-1340 piston engine. Based on the Bell 48.

Agusta A.103 - Prototype light single-seat 'pod & boom' helicopter powered by one 85hp Agusta MV-GA70 piston engine.

Agusta A.104 - Light 2-seat all-metal helicopter developed from A.103 with single stabilised rotor, skid u/c and powered by one 120hp Agusta MV-A120 piston engine.

  • A.104BT - A.104 with 270shp Agusta A.270 turboshaft engine. One built.

Agusta A.105 - light two-seat helicopter with Turbomeca-Agusta TA-230 turbine engine with reduction gear.

  • A.105B - 4-seat version

Agusta A.106 - lightweight armed helicopter designed initially to fulfil an ASW role. Flown in April 1964 with an Agusta-built Astazou shaft turbine.

  • A.106B - Project for extended cabin.

Agusta A.109 "Hirundo" - Eight-seat executive helicopter with two Allison 250-C14 engines (originally to have single 740hp Turbomeca Astazou XII turboshaft)

  • A.109A - A.109 with additional ventral fin, structural strengthening and 2585kg TOGW.
  • A.109A Mk.II - Single-pilot IFR certificated version of A.109A with two 450shp Allison 250 C20R/1 engines.
  • A.109 EOA - Military A.109A for Italian Army with sliding doors, fixed u/c, external ordnance points and two 450shp Allison 250 C20R/1 turboshafts.
  • A.109BA - Anti-tank version for Belgian Army.
  • A.109C - A.109A with improved transmission system, composite main rotor, stronger u/c, 2705kg TOGW and 'wide body' cabin. Military version A.109CM.
  • A.109CM - military A.100C.
  • A.109 MAX - Medevac version with transverse stretcher stowage and bulged side door transparencies.
  • A.109A TOW - Military A.109A with externally mounted Hughes TOW missile tubes and nose-mounted ranging module.
  • A.109K - Military version of A.109A with revised nose profile, redesigned engine compartment and uprated transmission, external stores hardpoints, optional fixed u/c and 722shp Turbomeca Arriel 1K turboshafts for enhanced hot & high operations. Also known as A.109KM and A.109KN (Naval version).
  • A.109K2 - Civil hot and high rescue version with special avionics, fixed u/c, new fuel tanks. Tail skid replacing ventral fin, 771shp Arriel 1K1 engines, rescue hoist etc. Prot. HB-XWA.
  • A.109KM - Military version of A.109K2 with external braced hardpoints. (Wait isn't this n alternate designation for the A.109K? Help!!)
  • A.109D - Experimental A.109K-2 with retractable u/c, new rotor head with titanium hub and Allison 250-C22 turboshaft.
  • A.109E PowerA.109D with fixed u/c, wider cabin, redesigned instrument panel and controls, modified tailfin and two 732shp Pratt & Whitney PW206C turboshafts. Prot. I-EPWR.
  • A.109 LUH - Light utility version for the South African Air Force (SAAF) with Turbomeca Arrius 2K2 engines; production and final assembly by Denel.
  • A.119 - See below, after A.115.

Agusta A.110 - Four-engined compound helicopter project.

Agusta A.115 - Bell 47J-3 with an open tail boom and piston engine replaced by a 480 shp Turbomeca Astazou II turboshaft engine.

Agusta A.118 - Circulation-control rotor light/medium transport VTOL project.

Agusta A.119 "Koala"A.109 with one Pratt & Whitney PT6B-37/1 turboshaft engine, fixed skid u/c. Prot. I-KOAL FF Feb. 1995.

Agusta A.120 "Elibus" - High-speed medium-range compound transport helicopter powered by three engines (what kind?)

Agusta A.123 - Compound helicopter powered by two engines (wjhat kind?)

Agusta-Meridionali EMA.124 - Light three-seat helicopter derived from Bell 47 with open frame rear fuselage, skid u/c and one 305hp Textron Lycoming VO-540-B1B3 piston engine. Intended for production by Elicotteri Meridionali SpA.

Agusta A.129 "Mangusta" - Two-seat attack helicopter with two Rolls-Royce Gem 2 turbines, license-built in Italy by Piaggio.

  • T.129 - Turkish A.129 (exported to them or licence-built?)
  • A.129LBH - Utility version, not produced. (and at one point redesignated A.139 but I don't know if it belongs to the AW project of the same name)

Agusta/Bell AB.139 - medium twin engine helicopter project.

  • AB139 Military - Proposed multirole military helicopter with provision for armoured crew seats, electronic warfare protection, IR suppressors, and provisions for all kinds of armament.

Agusta/Westland AW.169 - Recent development for a civil transport helicopter, also for law-enforcement use.

Agusta/Bell BA.609 - (preliminary designation D-600) nine-passenger civil tiltrotor aircraft project.

  • HV-609 - Multi-mission version proposed by Bell and Lockheed Martin to satisfy US Coast Guard 'Deepwater’ re-equipment programme as potential replacement for Dassault HU-25 Guardian, Eurocopter HH-65 Dolphin and Sikorsky HH-60J Jayhawk.
  • UV-609 - Utility version conceived by Bell for US Army combat role, including casualty evacuation, command and control, logistic support and light utility/troop transport tasks. Manufacturer also promoting UV-609 to US Marine Corps as potential training system for V-22 Osprey.
  • BA-619 - Projected 19-seat version aimed at commuter market; not launched by March 2003.
  • BA-620 - Proposed 22-seat version conceived by Bell Boeing team; no recent news received and concept may have lapsed. 

Agusta/Bell BA-619 - See above.

Agusta/Bell BA-620 - See above.

Agusta/Westland ERICA - Tilt-rotor design study for the NICETRIP program.



-- Edited by hannetonIII on Monday 22nd of August 2011 08:51:14 PM



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hannetonIII wrote:

 

Agusta A.106 - lightweight armed helicopter designed initially to fulfil an ASW role. Flown in April 1964 with an Agusta-built Astazou shaft turbine.

  • ? - Project for extended cabin.

 

A.106B is the project you're referring to.

http://stingraysrotorforum.activeboard.com/t36238012/agusta-of-italy/



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Agusta A.110 - ?


 

This was a four-engined compound helicopter project with two engines driving wing-mounted tractor propellors while the other two drive the main rotor. See the link upper.



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  • A.109KM - Military version of A.109K2 with external braced hardpoints. (Wait isn't this n alternate designation for the A.109K? Help!!)

 

It is an alternate designation, but that doesn't make it an official designation to the A.109K. They are otherwise different aircraft. I think they are recognised like this because they are both military multirole helicopters.



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Thanks Ace I fixed the list.



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Hi,

A.118  was intended for NBMR.4,it was a circulation control rotor light/

            medium transport VTOL  project.

A.120   was high speed medium range compound transport

            helicopter powered by three engines.

 A.123  was anther compound helicopter but powered by two engines.

 

 The CP.110 and A.111 were a light aircraft.



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hesham wrote:

 The CP.110 and A.111 were a light aircraft.


 

Sure ok, but why are they here? O_o



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Hi Leela25,

 

the first aircraft at left was CP.110 and the second A.111.



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Thanks Hesham but... why are they here in this topic? They aren't rotorcraft. Maybe its to keep continuity of the whole designation list?



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Hi Leela,

 

that is bacuase we want to know all Agusta list of aircraft and helicopters.



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You're missing some utility helicopter proposals. The A.129LBH was a utility version of the Mangusta, but I don't think it was developed. A mockup was built and it shares some resemblance to the A.109.

There is also a more recent development by Agusta-Westland to fill civil law-enforcement requirements called the AW.169. It's a basic modernisation to the AW.139, you can tell by the fuselage shape. Supposedly has more powerful turboshaft engines.



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Oh and before I forget, there is also another tilt-rotor design study under the Agusta-Westland heading, but I can't give out further details yet.



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Why because you posted it as a silhouette challenge earlier? I say wait till someone gets it before talking about it elsewhere in case some one cheats.



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Perhaps, but it didn't give hardly anything away yet.

Now that you've solved it, here is an Aviation Week article describing the project: 
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/blogs/aviation_week/on_space_and_technology/index.jsp?plckController=Blog&plckScript=blogScript&plckElementId=blogDest&plckBlogPage=BlogView
Post&plckPostId=Blog%3Aa68cb417-3364-4fbf-a9dd-4feda680ec9cPost%3A1684ac12-21e1-4674-8520-8a4dc7e6bdc7



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Thanks for all these! I added the info for the A.120 and A.123 and the ERICA tilt rotor, A.118, A.129LBH, and AW.169. 

Hesham I see in your pictures that one of the compound aircraft are called A.119. How can this be when there is already an A.119 developed from the A.109? Is it a reuse of the designation?



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HannetonIII, great list!! I'll help out as soon as I can get a hold of my old archives. There are a few more developments that did not make the list, but I can't remember what they were. Will post sometime this evening, or tomorrow.



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The utility variant of the A.129, again. Shown here designated A.139, no relation to the AB/W.139.

http://sobchak.wordpress.com/2010/12/15/sfasciacarrozze-a139-prototipo-a129-a129-intl-e-s-211-jpats/



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