Step Inside the Robinson R66 Turbine Helicopter: N966MC Detailed Walkthrough

High Performance Aviation

May 9, 2024

Step Inside the Robinson R66 Turbine Helicopter:
N966MC Detailed Walkthrough

Join us on a full walkthrough of the impressive features of this 2012 Robinson R66 Turbine Helicopter, model N966MC. Renowned for its utility and durability, this helicopter is a top choice for professionals seeking reliability and performance in their aerial operations.

The R66 is equipped with a powerful Rolls Royce R300 turbine engine, offering increased power and enhanced altitude capabilities while maintaining efficient fuel consumption at approximately 23 gallons per hour. With a cruise speed of up to 110 knots and a range of about 350 nautical miles, N966MC is built for both speed and endurance, ready to take you wherever you need to go.

Inside, the cockpit is efficiently designed with standard instruments and advanced Garmin avionics, including the GPS 500 with WAAS, GNC 420 W, and GTX 335 transponder, ensuring top-notch navigation and communication. The interior features gray leather seats and a pristine cabin, comfortably accommodating up to five passengers with ample legroom and a 300-pound capacity baggage compartment—perfect for transporting teams or gear to remote job sites or city centers.

Not only does this R66 offer high performance and minimal maintenance downtime with components designed for 2,000 hours of service, but its efficient 2-bladed rotor system also reduces hangar space requirements and operational costs. Distinguished by its exceptional condition and comprehensive maintenance, this R66 stands out as a prime choice for discerning buyers.

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Disclaimer: This video is for educational purposes only. Always consult a certified flight instructor before attempting any maneuvers. We are not liable for the use of this information.