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Aérospatiale / SUD SA 321 Super Frelon

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Aérospatiale SA 321 Super Frelon. SAAF Super Frelon pics taken at AFB Swartkops near Pretoria by Colin (Heloman1)

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Sud Aviation SA321F Super Frelon, F-BTRP, C/N. 116. The SA321F variant held by the Museum was designed in the mid sixties as a commercial airliner version and was built in 1967 as a 34-37 seat civil transport helicopter, powered by three Turbomeca Turmo IIIC6 turboshaft engines. The aircraft went on a summer lease during 1968-1969 to Olympic Airways for operations between the Greek mainland and the various islands, but this did not result in any production orders and it was eventually withdrawn from service. In 1991 it was partially restored by Aerospatiale apprentices and donated to the Museum. Subsequently the airframe was moved by road under sponsorship from Bristow Helicopters, with the journey from the South of France to the UK taking seven days. At the time it was the largest helicopter ever to be moved by road within Europe Info from The Helicopter Museum Pics mine.

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Pics thanks to Rich Ellis.

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