Hᴜɴɢᴀʀʏ has a long heritage of agrarian flight. A long time ago Hungarian Air Service started spraying with outdated fixed-wing aircraft, heliᴄᴏᴘters arrived later, about 1970. The Air Service possessed a number of Kamov Ka-26 heliᴄᴏᴘters, however after 1989 they sold for minor enterprises. Over the years Kamovs were growing older and older and the spare parts supply got complex. Around 2005 a handful of firms opted to modify the Kamov Ka-26 for a new model. They chose the Alouette II.
Aerospatiale SA-318 C Alouette II is a relatively basic heliᴄᴏᴘter. It features a strong engine, good flight capabilities, and a relatively basic build. The only drawback is that agricultural job has to do in enormous dust what jet turbine engine doesn’t like. In the video, the Alouette II often resides ᴄʟᴏsᴇ to Kaposvar, Toponar. It has been the color of the the Hungarian flag since 2010. The corporation has a track which the heliᴄᴏᴘter may land on, for protection from dust. The day that I recorded the video started in Dular, not far from Carpalota. The aircraft sprayed the sunflower field. This chemical protects sunflowers againest fungus.
Aerospatiale SA-318 C Alouette II is a reasonably simple heliᴄᴏᴘter. It includes a robust engine, decent flight qualities, and a very simple design. The only problem is that agricultural task needs to accomplish in big dust what jet turbine engine doesn’t like. In the video, the Alouette II typically dwells near to Kaposvar, Toponar. It has been the color of the the Hungarian flag since 2010. The firm has a track which the heliᴄᴏᴘter may land on, providing protection from dust. The day that I recorded the video started at Dular, not far from Carpalota. The aircraft sprayed the sunflower field. Sunflowers are protected from fungus by this chemical.
Let’s see Amazing Heliᴄᴏᴘter for Agriculture – Aerospatiale SA-318C Alouette II spraying flight near Dudar int he ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.
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