1990 Schweizer 300C

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The Schweizer 300C is a light utility helicopter built by Schweizer Aircraft of Elmira, New York. The Schweizer 300 is a single-engine, two-bladed, light utility helicopter produced by the American manufacturer Schweizer Aircraft Corporation. The Schweizer 300 was developed during the 1970s from the Schweizer Model 300C and was the first turbine-powered helicopter produced by the company. It is a light utility helicopter commonly used for training, observation, and aerial photography. It is powered by a Rolls-Royce Model 250-C20 turbine engine. The Schweizer 300CB, introduced in 1989, is a slightly improved version of the 300C. It features a more powerful engine and a redesigned cabin.


  • Total Time: 8025
  • HIO-360-D1A (1,500 Hour TBO)
  • 1,332 hrs Time Since Major Overhaul
  • Main Rotors:
  • 3-Blade (5,500 Hour Life)
  • Rotor 1,2,3
  • 1,977.7 hrs Time Remaining
  • Tail Rotors:
  • 2-Blade (9,000 Hour Life)
  • Rotor 1 and 2
  • 1,111.7 Time Remaining
  • Avionics / Equipment
  • KX155 Comm
  • KT76-A Transponder
  • Garmin GDL-52 Sirius XM/ADS-B Receiver
  • Garmin 760
  • Dual Tanks
  • Dual Hobbs Meters
  • Paravion Cabin Heater
  • Luggage Rack
  • UAVION Tail Beacon ADS-B
  • Electric Tug

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