C-12 Huron Military utility aircraft (transport aircraft) First flight: 1974 © Konstantinos Panitsidis

Artistic illustration C-12 © Konstantinos Panitsidis


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C-12 Huron A military twin-engined transport aircraft that evolved from Beechcraft Super King Air and Beechcraft 1900. The first flight of the prototype took place in 1974. C-12 Huron entered service in the Greek Army Aviation in 1977.

 

C-12 Huron Military utility aircraft / transport aircraft © Konstantinos Panitsidis

 

The Greek army aviation has three C-12 Huron models, one C-12C, one C-12R and one C-12AP Huron. The C-12R/AP version is equipped with photo-cameras a video recording equipment. C-12C Huron performs mainly V.I.P transport operations. 

 

C-12 Huron Military utility aircraft / transport aircraft © Konstantinos Panitsidis

 


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C-12 Huron © Konstantinos Panitsidis

 


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DESIGNER
Beech
COUNTRY
USA
TYPE
Military utility aircraft / transport aircraft
CREW
2
POWER-PLANT
Two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42 Turboprops
Power, kW (h.p)
2 x 634 (2 x 850) 
DIMENSIONS
 
Length, m
13,34
Height, m
4,57
Wing span, m
16,61
Wing area, m2
28,15
WEIGHT
 
Empty aircraft, kg
3.318
Normal take-off, kg
-
Maximum take-off, kg
5.670
Internal fuel, kg
1.461 + optional 598
PERFORMANCE
 
Maximum speed, km/h
536
Cruising speed, km/h
503
Range, km
3.495
Rate of climb, m/min
-
Service ceiling, m
9.450
Payload, kg
13 passengers or 907 freight
ARMAMENT
-