2007 Aérospatiale Alouette III is a single-engine, light utility helicopter developed by Sud Aviation. It was manufactured by Aérospatiale of France, and under license by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited in India as the HAL Chetak, by Industria Aeronautică Română in Romania as the IAR 316 and F+W Emmen (de) in Switzerland. The Alouette III is the successor to the Alouette II, being larger and having more seating.
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|Alouette III (SA 316) Walk Around|
|Fotograafid||Cees Hendriks, Fred Bachofner|
|Alouette III Walk Around|
|Lokaliseerimine||Militaire Luchtvaarti muuseum, Soesterberg|
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The Alouette III is a light utility helicopter that was developed by the French company Sud Aviation in the late 1950s. It is an improved version of the Alouette II, with a more powerful engine, a larger cabin and a sleeker design. The Alouette III can carry up to seven people, including the pilot, and can perform various roles such as transport, rescue, observation and combat. The Alouette III has been widely used by civil and military operators around the world, and has been produced under license in India, Romania and Switzerland. The Alouette III is known for its reliability, versatility and performance in high-altitude and hot-weather conditions.
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