Alouette II – 1963

Price: SOLD
Type: Alouette II
Year: 1963
TTSN: 3500 hrs
REF NO: 482-2016

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Alouette II SA 313B – 1963

  • TTSN 3500 Hrs
  • Civilian Interior
  • Dual Controls
  • Civilian Paint
  • ELT
  • Nav/Comm
  • HSI, AH Turn and Slip
  • Transponder
  • Component Hours Rem:
  • 1200: MR Blades
  • 1100: MR Head
  • 1200: MR Mast
  • Clutch 450
  • Artouste II C5/6 1000
  • MRH Dampers 1100
  • Free Wheel Unit 490



The Aérospatiale Alouette II is a light single engine helicopter. Originally manufactured by Sud Aviation and later on,  Aérospatiale. It is the first helicopter powered by a gas turbine engine… instead of the heavier piston power plant. In March 1955, the prototype SE 3130 performed its first flight. Completed in April 1956… and awarded a French domestic certificate of airworthiness… cleared the Alouette II for civil operators. On the 14th January 1958… the FAA granted certification to the Alouette II. Hence it became the first turbine powered helicopter to certified in the USA. The Alouette II SE 3130 later became known as the Alouette II SA 313B.


In addition to being a light helicopter… the Alouette II also has a reasonable lift capacity on an external sling. Powered by: a single Turbomeca Artouste II C5 or C6 engine. The three blade main rotor is high mounted to the rear of the cockpit. It features a single turbo shaft engine with an upturned exhaust. Furthermore it is high-mounted on the fuselage to the rear of the cockpit and also the main rotor shaft. The bubble cockpit is oval and transparent… hence offering excellent visibility. The Alouette II has fixed skid landing gear. The tail boom is an open framework. The tail is small and rectangular. Moreover it has square-tipped flats forward of a small, right side-mounted rotor. The Alouette II is capable of accommodating up to five personnel, including the pilot.  In addition… access to the cabin is via a pair of side-hinged doors.

Alouette II SA 313B – 1963

Rhodesia emerged as a prolific user of not only the Alouette II… but also the Alouette III. Operations flown by the Army and SAP, included paramilitary and aerial reconnaissance. Subsequently the type spread into further roles throughout its service. These included not only aerial supply but also HEMS, communication relays.. and troop transports. To illustrate… over 50 countries have used the Alouette II in military service. As a civilian helicopter, its uses include… EMS and also crop spraying.


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