Unveiled in Russia: World’s cheapest two-seat Helicopter that runs on car fuel [Video]

Afalina Helicopter

Russians have unveield world’s cheapest two-seat helicopter that runs on 95 octane fuel. The helicoper is named Afalina and it costs same as a sports car. Precisely, the cost of Afalina is $120,000.

Afalina is a multi-purpose helicopter which has been created keeping in mind variety of tasks such as training of pilots, maintenance of pipelines and power lines, aerial surveillance and police patrolling.

HeliWhale is the company which produces such aircraft. Afalina weighs 270 kg and provides a maximum speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).

According to the company, Afalina can carry a payload of another 180 kg (396 bs), while the consumption ranges between 12 and 16 liters (3 to 4 gallons) per hour.

Check out the video for more details and to have a closer look at Afalina.

Post Author: Sangeeta Pandey

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