Sikorsky S76C+

Helicopter Interiors
Helicopter Interiors
June 23, 2016
Bentley Continental GTC Speed
June 23, 2016
Sikorsky S76C+

Mega Engineering Vehicle will deliver your Sikorsky S76C+ to you anywhere around the World through our affiliates.

2005 Sikorsky S76C+
Sikorsky S76C+Price upon request

Sikorsky S76C+ Specifications

OGP Compliant
Enrolled on SBH & PAP 
10357 Hours Since New
Engines: Dual Turbomeca Arriel 2S1

Left Right
HSN: 3511 12188

TSN Main Gearbox: 8649:10


Primus 440 Weather Radar
Penny & Giles Flight Data Recorder (FDR)
Penny & Giles Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR)
Penny & Giles Air Data
Collins TDR 90 Trasponder Mode A/C
BC Goodrich AD1355D w/ JET Standby Power Supply
Collins Radio Altimeter
Caledonian Airborne Systems CPT-900 Emergency Locator Transmitter (ADELT)
Dual Life LCR92S AHRS
Dukane Underwater Locator Beacon
Trimble Free Flight 2101 GPS
Honeywell Skyconnect Satellite Tracking System
Honeywell Skyconnect MMU Dialer/Messenger
Chadwick VXP Health Usage Monitoring System (HUMS)
Grimes High Intensity Strobe Lights (HISLs)
Collins Automatic Direction Finder (ADF462)
Heads Up Technology Internal PA/Briefer System
Dual System Audio Panels
Collins Distance Measuring Equipment (DME42)
Dual Honeywell SPZ-7600 Autopilot
Dual Collins VIR 32 VOR/CS/MB
Dual Collins VHF22A VHF Com
Dual Honeywell EDZ-756 EFIS

Features /Options

Cargo Hook Provisions
Emergency Flotation Equipment
Pilot/Co-Pilot Fully Adjustable Seats
Nose Landing Gear Doors
The development of the S-76 began in the mid-1970s as the S-74, with the design goal of providing a medium helicopter for corporate transportation
and the oil drilling industry; the S-74 was later re-designated the S-76 in honor of the U.S. Bicentennial. Sikorsky’s design work on the
S-70 helicopter (which was selected for use by the United States Army as the UH-60 Black Hawk) was utilized in the development of the S-76, incorporating S-70 design technology in its rotor blades and rotor heads.

It was the first Sikorsky helicopter designed purely for commercial rather than military use.
The prototype first flew on March 13, 1977.Initial US Federal Aviation Administration type certificationwas granted on November 21, 1978, with the first customer delivery on February 27, 1979.The S-76 was named “Spirit” late in 1978, but this name was officially dropped by the company on October 9, 1980 due to translation issues into some foreign languages.

  • 2-Sikorsky-S-76C-3
  • 2-Sikorsky-S-76C-1
  • 3-2005-Sikorsky-S-76C
  • 4-2005-Sikorsky-S-76C
  • 6-2005-Sikorsky-S-76C-1
  • 6-2005-Sikorsky-S-76C-2
  • 7-2005-Sikorsky-S-76C

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *