Hama / Homa
Homa, which is the third Iran-made helicopter, can be armed with various weapon systems and get equipped with a radar-evading capability. The chopper has been manufactured considering Iran's conditions and can fly in mountainous areas and on the sea.
Hama is another Iranian helicopter designed and manufactured by Iran's Helicopter Support and Renovation Company (PANH) in recent years. The helicopter, which includes multi-purpose helicopters with two engines and four locomotives, such as the Saba helicopter, can be used in various missions such as passenger, coastal and offshore operations, cargo handling, air ambulance, border and city surveillance, Search and rescue. ccording to the company's managing director, Panna has the ability to steal and use weapons for military purposes, carrying 15 passengers including 2 crew members and 13 passengers. By 2015 the helicopter was undergoing testing and evaluation to obtain the necessary flight certifications.
Managing-Director of Iran's Helicopter Renovation and Logistics Company (PANHA) General Mohammad Ali Ahmadabadi announced 16 February 2015 that the country's latest home-made helicopter, 'Homa', is having its final flight tests. "The helicopter has been built as a result of the efforts of PANHA company and is a 14-seater chopper," Ahmadabadi told reporters. "Homa has had its test flight and is now in the final test stage," he added.
|Homa national helicopter|
|maximum weight||5262 kg|
|Portable Weight||1400 kg|
|Number of occupants||2 people crew and 13 passengers|
|highest speed||246 km / h|
|Flight Altitude||4968 meters|
|Standing flight ceiling||3810 meters|
|Operational range||524 km|
|Climb rate||7 meters per second|
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