S I KOR S K Y

S-76C+ A I R C R A F T

Utility/Offshore Oil Configuration

T E C H N I C A L

I N F O R M A T I O N
S76 – 059

October 2001

S I KOR S K Y

S-76C+ A I R C R A F T

Performance, Weight and Dimensions

Performance (Standard Day at 11,700 lb gross weight except where indicated) Maximum Speed, Sea Level (VNE) Maximum Cruise Speed, Sea Level Best Rate of Climb, Maximum Continuous Power, Sea Level Hover Ceiling In-Ground Effect (T.O.P.) Hover Ceiling Out-of-Ground Effect (T.O.P.) Twin Engine Service Ceiling Single Engine Service Ceiling (30-Minute Power) Range at Long Range Cruise Speed (139 knots at 4,000 feet)* With 30-minutes reserve With no reserve Fuel Consumption at 139 knots at 4,000 feet Weights Maximum Take-Off Gross Weight Weight Empty (Utility configuration) Useful Load Dimensions Fuselage Length Fuselage Width Fuselage Height (to top of tail pylon) Length Over-all (including rotors) Height Over-all (to tip of tail rotor) Width (including horizontal stabilizer) Main Rotor Diameter (blade tip circle) Tail Rotor Diameter (blade tip circle) Main Landing Gear Tread Wheel Base Passenger Cabin Length Passenger Cabin Width Passenger Cabin Height
* Speed for 99% best specific range

155 kts 155 kts 1,625 ft/min 5,650 ft 1,800 ft 12,700 ft 3,200 ft 367 nm 439 nm 600 lb/hr

287 km/hr 287 km/hr 8.26 m/sec 1,722 m 549 m 3,871 m 975 m 680 km 813 k 272 kgs/hr

11,700 lb 6,897 lb 4,803 lb

5,306 kg 3,128 kg 2,178 kg

43' 4" 7' 0" 11' 9" 52' 6" 14' 6" 10' 0" 44' 0" 8' 0" 8' 0" 16' 5" 8' 1" 6' 4" 4' 5"

13.22 m 2.13 m 3.58 m 16.00 m 4.42 m 3.05 m 13.41 m 2.44 m 2.44 m 5.00 m 2.46 m 1.93 m 1.35 m

S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001

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78 cu m 1.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Performance. Standard Day at sea level except where noted) 30-Second Power (OEI) 2. Weight and Dimensions (continued) General Data Crew Seating Capacity (IFR Configuration) Crew Requirement (VFR Configuration) Passenger Seating Capacity (IFR Configuration) Passenger Seating Capacity (VFR Configuration) Passenger Cabin Area Passenger Cabin Volume Baggage Compartment Volume Fuel Capacity (standard) Engines Two (2) Turbomeca Arriel 2S1 Turboshaft Ratings (per engine.0-Minute Power (OEI) Take-off Maximum Continuous Maximum Cruise 980 shp 889 shp 856 shp 794 shp 794 shp 2 1 12 13 45 sq ft 204 cu ft 38 cu ft 281 US gal 4.18 sq m 5.08 cu m 1064 L 2 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .

98 m) 16' 5" (5.13 m) 10' 0" (3.41 m) 52' 6" (16.484 m) 6' 5.9" (3.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Aircraft Dimensions 7' 0" (2.0 m) 8' 0" (2.58 m) 8' 1.21 m) 14' 5.048 m) 44' 0" (13.414 m) 8' 0" (2.0" 6' 4" S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 3 .8" (2.5" 52.438 m) 11' 8.00 m) 43' 4" (13.8" (1.8" (4.44 m) Utility/Offshore Oil Cabin Configuration 4' 6" 6' 4" 8' 4" Passenger door width Passenger door height 37.

engine. Backup airspeed indicator 3.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Cockpit Instrument Display Panel 1 1 4 9 5 4 12 13 2 3 8 5 4 9 6 14 16 7 18 11 15 15 16 6 10 7 17 19 17 1. Digital clock 16. VNE placards 18. Electronic Attitude Display System (EADS) 6. generator test panel 19. Barometer set 9. Master warning panel 2. Radio altimeter 11. Backup barometric altimeter 4. Weather radar 15. Integrated Instrument Display System (IIDS) 5. Cat A training switch (under) 4 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 . Display control 8. Standby horizon 13. Floats. Autopilot mode select 17. Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicator (EHSI) 7. Landing gear control panel 12. Altitude preselect 14. DME readout 10.

hinged cockpit doors Cockpit and cabin bleed air heating system Ram air ventilation system Fully retractable tricycle landing gear with pivoting nose gear and main wheel brakes Pneumatic emergency landing gear extension system with externally visible pressure gage 204 cubic foot cabin with 75 psf floor and fittings for up to twelve (12) seats Hard panel utility interior Four (4) two-place folding split bench seats with 4-point harness restraint systems Four-place forward-facing utility divan with 4-point harness restraint systems Left and right side hinged cabin doors with electric door locks Separate 38 cubic foot baggage compartment with dual lockable doors Utility paint finish Carbide Black Polane instrument panel paint finish Propulsion Dual Turbomeca Arriel 2S1 engines Dual independent suction fuel systems with crossfeed capability Dual fuel tanks with gravity fuel fillers.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Equipment and Features included in the Utility/Offshore Oil Configuration Airframe Nose mounted radome Nose and tail avionics compartments Unheated plastic windshields Bleed air windshield defogging system Dual windshield wipers and washer Pilot and copilot seats with 5-point restraint harness Two ejectable. 281 US gallon total capacity Low level fuel warning system Hinged fuel filler caps with key locks Engine fire detection and extinguishing systems Engine water wash connection in baggage compartment Dual-input main gearbox rated at 1.605 shp for takeoff Intermediate and tail gearboxes with interconnecting drive shafts Magnetic chip detectors with fuzz burn-off capability Manually actuated rotor brake system S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 5 .

DDAFCS (Honeywell SPZ-7600. single row for copilot side) Flight Controls and Instruments Dual independent 3.EFIS (Honeywell EDZ-756. fiberglass skins. honeycomb cores and high visibility paint Single bifilar vibration suppression system Provisions for main rotor tracker and tail rotor balancer (Chadwick-Helmuth Model 8500) Four-blade flexbeam tail rotor Electrical Dual 200 amp starter-generators Single 44 amp-hour battery (Super Marathon) Battery temperature warning system Dual 375 VA static inverters DC external power receptacle with overvoltage protection Controllable landing light Fixed landing light on the right main landing gear Three (3) strobe/position light system (strobe/normal) Four (4) dimmable cockpit overhead Wemac lights Two (2) cockpit map lights with coil cords on control closet (Grimes) Two (2) lighted approach plate holders Battery operated emergency cabin lights Dual baggage compartment lights Inspection lights for IGB and TGB sight gages Overhead master switch panels (dual row for pilot side. four-axis fully coupled) Electronic Flight Instrumentation System .S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Equipment and Features (continued) Rotor System Four-blade articulated main rotor with one-piece aluminum hub and elastomeric bearings Main rotor blades with titanium spars. four 5x6 inch tubes) Integrated Instrument Display System (Gull IIDS) Three-inch standby self-contained attitude indicator with emergency power supply Standby magnetic compass Three-inch backup airspeed indicator Three-inch backup barometric altimeter Two (2) Attitude Heading Reference Systems (AHRS) Two (2) air data systems (Penny and Giles) 6 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .000 psi hydraulic systems with quick disconnects for ground servicing Dual independent flight control servo systems Dual Digital Automatic Flight Control System .

audio systems with additional maintenance jacks in the cabin (1) and baggage compartment (2) Two (2) cockpit ICS foot switches with 45˚ pedestal mount Radio and EFIS master switches Two (2) VHF communications radios (Collins VHF-22A with CTL-22 controls) Emergency Locator Transmitter (ARTEC ELT-100HM) Single transponder (Collins TDR-90 with CTL-92 control and CAD-62 adapter) Cabin paging and chime system with six (6) overhead speakers Passenger briefing system (Heads-Up PBS 250) Cabin ICS system (dB Systems Inc.) Navigation ADF (Collins ADF-462) Two (2) VORs with ILS.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Equipment and Features (continued) Flight Controls and Instruments (continued) Radio altimeter (Collins ALT-55B) with single expanded scale analog indicator (Collins ALI-55A) Solid-state Combined Voice and Flight Data Recorder Dual pitot static systems with pitot and static port heat Outside air temperature indicator (mechanical) Two (2) digital electric clocks (DAVTRON 877) Two (2) low profile glare-shield-mounted master warning panels Two (2) landing gear up warning indicators Battery temperature warning system Door open annunciator panel Communications Two (2) dB Systems Inc. glideslope and marker beacon (Collins VIR-32) DME (Collins DME-42 with IND-42A indicator) Additional Options for Offshore Oil Configuration Structural provisions for cargo hook Emergency flotation system with nose float bottle access cover Push-out cabin windows Third nav system (Trimble 2101 I/O Approach Plus) Radar (Honeywell Primus 440) S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 7 .

000 feet.897 360 21 15 — 7.540 8 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .700 lb) Cruise at 4.293 Offshore Oil 7.058 360 21 15 86 7.Utility/Offshore Oil Configuration Twelve Passenger 12 Passengers @ 200 lb each 10 Utility 8 Offshore Oil 6 4 2 0 0 100 200 Range .S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Payload/Range Performance . Long Range Cruise Speed* Reserve: 30 minutes at Long Range Cruise Speed* Average fuel flow: 600 lb/hr at 140 knots Weights Offshore Oil equipped empty weight (lb) Pilots (2) Engine oil Manuals Life rafts/vests Operating weight (lb) * Speed for 99% best specific range Utility 6.nautical miles 300 400 Mission Takeoff at maximum gross weight (11.

500 lb Maximum Gross Weight Limit 11.500 lb 8.000 10.000 ft 0 0 lb lb 9.000 9. ISA 8.000 . ISA + 20˚C 00 0 lb 3.000 00 50 Density Altitude Limit for takeoff and landing 15.000 4.000 500 1.000 3.000 6.700 lb -20 0 -10 20 0 40 10 60 20 80 30 40 100 50 120 ˚C ˚F Temperature S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 9 .000 10 .S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T HOGE .500 5.000 9.000 .5 00 lb 11 1.000 2. 10 50 0 2.0 00 lb High Ambient Temperature Limit 1.000 7.0 00 lb 2. 8.000 3.Hover Ceiling Out of Ground Effect Takeoff Power Pressure Altitude Meters Feet 12.500 11.000 0 0 -30 -20 11.

500 8.5 00 lb 11.500 11.000 3.700 lb High Ambient T emperature Limit -10 20 0 40 10 60 20 80 30 40 100 50 120 ˚C ˚F Temperature 10 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .000 7.000 2.000 6.000 2.500 5. takeoff power Pressure Altitude Meters Feet 12.000 9.000 ft 8.000 4.000 0 0 -30 -20 -20 0 ISA ISA + 20˚C Takeoff and landing Density Altitude Limit 15.000 3.0 00 lb Maximum Gross Weight Limit 11. lb 50 9. 0 00 0 lb lb 10 10 .0 00 lb .000 1.000 1.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Maximum Takeoff and Landing Gross Weight .000 3.500 lb 11 . 50 0 9.000 500 1.Category B Hover at 5 foot wheel height.000 2.000 10.

000 500 1.000 1.5 lb 0l b 10 00 lb High Ambient Temperature Limit 11 .500 lb 9.000 1.500 5.000 3.0 00 lb Maximum Gross Weight Limit 11.000 3.500 8.5 00 lb ISA 8.000 7.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Single Engine Service Ceiling Maximum continuous power.700 lb -10 20 0 40 10 60 20 80 30 40 100 50 120 ˚C ˚F Temperature S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 11 .000 6.500 11.000 4.000 2.000 0 0 -30 -20 -20 0 11.000 2. 9.000 ft 10 00 0 .000 9.000 10.000 2.000 3.00 . best rate of climb Pressure Altitude Meters Feet 12. ISA + 20˚C 50 0 lb Density Altitude Limit 15.

000 2.500 8.Category A Pressure Altitude Meters Feet 12.500 lb 10 .500 5.5 00 lb Density Altitude Limit for Category A Takeoff or landing 5.000 2.500 11.000 9.000 500 1. 12 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .000 0 0 -30 -20 -20 0 ISA ISA + 20˚C 11 .000 10.000 1.0 00 lb 11.000 4.000 3.000 3.000 6.000 7.700 lb -10 20 0 40 10 60 20 80 30 40 100 50 120 ˚C ˚F Temperature Note: Category A takeoff gross weight is based on ability to maintain 150 fpm climb at 1.0 minute power.000 2.000 ft Maximum Gross Weight Limit 11.000 1.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Maximum Takeoff and Landing Gross Weight .000 feet above the takeoff altitude using 30-minute power or 100 fpm at VTOSS at the takeoff altitude using 2.000 3.

S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 13 .700 11.000 9.000 10.000 ISA+20˚C Normal Cruise Power Long Range Cruise Bleed Valve open below this line Best Range V NE 160 Kts 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 160 NOTE: Fuel consumption may increase by as much as 3% at TBO.000 8.000 9. Long Range Cruise = speed for 99% best specific range.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Level Flight Fuel Consumption Sea Level 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 3 40 60 Gross Weight (lb) 11.000 10.000 8.700 11.000 Standard Day Normal Cruise Power Long Range Cruise Bleed Valve open below this line Best Range Maximum Endurance V NE 155 Kts 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 160 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 Maximum Endurance 3 40 60 Gross Weight (lb) 11.

Long Range Cruise = speed for 99% best specific range.000 Long Range Cruise 10.000 Bleed Valve open below this line V NE Maximum Endurance 158 Kts 3 40 60 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 160 NOTE: Fuel consumption may increase by as much as 3% at TBO.000 feet 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 3 40 60 Gross Weight (lb) 11.5 Kts 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 160 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 ISA+20˚C Gross Weight (lb) 11.000 Standard Day Normal Cruise Power Long Range Cruise Bleed Valve open below this line Best Range Maximum Endurance V NE 159.000 Best Range 8.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Level Flight Fuel Consumption 2.000 9. 14 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .000 10.000 9.000 7.000 8.700 11.700 Normal Cruise Power 11.

Long Range Cruise = speed for 99% best specific range.000 7.000 10.000 feet 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 Gross Weight (lb) 11.700 11.000 9.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Level Flight Fuel Consumption 4.5 Kts 160 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 ISA+20˚C Gross Weight (lb) 11.000 Normal Cruise Power Long Range Cruise Best Range Bleed Valve open below this line Maximum Endurance 3 40 60 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 V NE 149 Kts 160 NOTE: Fuel consumption may increase by as much as 3% at TBO.000 9.700 11.000 8.000 Standard Day Normal Cruise Power Long Range Cruise Best Range Bleed Valve open below this line Maximum Endurance 3 40 60 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 V NE 158.000 8.000 10. S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 15 .

000 9.700 11.000 Best Range Bleed Valve open below this line V NE Maximum Endurance 151 Kts 3 40 60 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 160 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 3 Maximum Endurance 40 60 ISA+20˚C Gross Weight (lb) 11.000 feet 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 Standard Day Gross Weight (lb) 11.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Level Flight Fuel Consumption 6. Long Range Cruise = speed for 99% best specific range.000 Best Range 7.000 Normal Cruise Power 10. 16 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .700 11.000 Bleed Valve open below this line V NE 151 Kts 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 140 160 NOTE: Fuel consumption may increase by as much as 3% at TBO.000 Normal Cruise Power 10.000 Long Range Cruise 8.000 9.000 Long Range Cruise 8.

S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 17 .000 Long Range Cruise 9. Long Range Cruise = speed for 99% best specific range.000 Best Range 7.000 Best Range Bleed Valve open below this line V NE 3 40 Maximum Endurance 60 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 134 Kts 140 160 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 ISA+20˚C Gross Weight (lb) 11.000 10.000 Feet 9 8 7 Dual Engine Fuel Flow 6 (100 lb/hour) 5 4 Standard Day Gross Weight (lb) 11.000 10.700 Normal Cruise Power 11.000 8.700 Normal Cruise Power 11.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Level Flight Fuel Consumption 8.000 Long Range Cruise 9.000 Bleed Valve open below this line V NE 3 40 Maximum Endurance 60 80 100 120 True Airspeed (knots) 134 Kts 140 160 NOTE: Fuel consumption may increase by as much as 3% at TBO.000 8.

Component AFCS Actuator Assembly DC Starter-Generator Main Gear Box Intermediate Gear Box Tail Gear Box Tail Drive Shaft Bearing Support Oil Cooler Blower Arriel 2S1 Engine Scheduled Retirement Times The following retirement times apply to the latest parts and components available for S-76C+ helicopters. Life Limit Main Rotor Spindle/Cuff/Liner Assembly Main Rotor Spindle Nut Main Rotor Spindle Bearing Outer Race Tail Rotor Outboard Retaining Plate Tail Rotor Horn Tail gearbox output flange 5.000 hours 5.000 hours 3.250 hours 4.000 hours 7.500 hours 4.000 hours 12.000 hours 3.000 hours 3.000 hours 1. Refer to Chapter 4 of the S-76C+ Maintenance Manual for current official life limits. Refer to Chapter 5 of the S-76C+ Maintenance Manual for current official TBOs.000 hours 18 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .000 hours 3.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Overhaul Periods and Retirement Times Scheduled Overhaul Period (TBO) The following overhaul periods apply to the latest configuration of the affected component. The list below includes all significant items with retirement life limits less than ten years or 12.000 flight hours.000 hours 1.250 hours 7.000 hours 3.

R-134a coolant (8421) Engine inlet snow protection kit (8751) High strength fuel cells (8341) 9 lb 4 lb 4 lb 30 lb 30 lb 65 lb 2 lb neg’l 63 lb 3 lb 4 lb 19 lb 75 lb 19 lb 102 lb 107 lb 32 lb 115 lb S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 19 .S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Additional Options CAA Certification Package (8692) CAA placards 90° seat belt latches Manual reversion light (amber) Load shed switching Upper deck wiring modification Inverter failure captions Fuel low pressure captions (amber) Engine low pressure captions (red) Automatic voice advisory device Additional Airframe Options 135° hinge for left-side hinged cabin door (8011) 135° hinge for right-side hinged cabin door (8012) Replace left hinged cabin door with sliding door with key lock (8031) Replace right hinged cabin door with sliding door with key lock (8032) 200 psf cargo floor (8041) Landing gear pin storage in baggage compartment (8083) Engine inlet covers storage in the baggage compartment. requires AC generator (8741) Windshield washer (8711) Additional Propulsion Options Single point gravity refueling.500 BTU. right or left side (8331 or 8332) Provisions for auxiliary fuel tank. 21. 50 US gallons (8311 or 8312) Provisions for auxiliary fuel tank. 102 US gallons (8321) Air conditioner. 50 US gallons (8313 or 8314) Auxiliary fuel tank. 102 US gallons (8322) Auxiliary fuel tank. not compatible with auxiliary fuel tanks (8082) Heated glass windshield.

non-IVSI indicator (3711) Direction finder: Collins MDF-124F (V2) (3806) Collins DF-301E (3801) Moving map display. Collins ADF-462 (1141) Additional DME. not compatible with TCAS (8562) Additional Flight Control and Instrument Options Cockpit voice recorder (Universal CVR-30A) in place of solid-state Combined Voice and Flight Data Recorder (3746) Additional Communication Options Automatically deployable emergency locator transmitter. replaces PRIMUS 440 (3665) Lightning sensor. with single. replaces Trimble 2101 (3551) Weather radars. Honeywell PRIMUS 880. Honeywell Data Nav V (3606) Additional ADF. Universal UNS-1D FMS with Super CDU. Collins TDR-90 (1126) Additional Navigation Options Standby CDI with emergency ICS panel for single pilot IFR certification (3011/3471) Third navigation system. AlliedSignal KHF 950 (3291) Additional Transponder. Honeywell LSZ-860 (3644) Stormscope. Argus 7000/CE (3623) 18 lb 17 lb 7 lb 28 lb 30 lb 22 lb 6 lb 19 lb 12 lb 10 lb 63 lb 6 lb 31 lb 34 lb 6 lb 18 lb -19 lb 26 lb 2 lb 31 lb 20 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 . CPT-600 (3781) VHF/UHF-AM/FM communications radio. B F Goodrich WX 950 (3631) Multi-function interface unit with checklist. Wulfsberg Flexcomm II.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Additional Options (continued) Additional Rotor System Options Manual blade fold system. includes RT-5000 with C-5000 control (3261) HF communications radio. two (2)-blade (8656) Additional Electrical Options AC generator (8161) Rotor disc recognition light. Collins DME-42 (1137) TCAS-1. Bendix CAS-66.

S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Additional Options (continued) Special Mission Equipment HUMS. pendant. wiring. and manual cable cutter. controller. two (2) litters (8962) Provisions for aft litter installation (8976) Aft litter installation completion kit. relay control unit. and up/down control (8582) Searchlight completion kit Spectrolab SX-16 Nightsun (8581) Cargo hook completion kit (8901) Provisions for forward litter installation (8966) Forward litter installation completion kit. one (1) litter (8971) 40 lb 64 lb 15 lb 4 lb 121 lb neg’l 68 lb 146 lb 42 lb 76 lb S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 21 . Lucas Western (8911) Provisions for searchlight (Spectrolab SX-16 Nightsun) consisting of structure. GEC (3901) Provisions for variable speed utility hoist consisting of airframe attachment and system wiring (8913) Variable speed utility hoist completion kit consisting of hoist.

0 3. Unscheduled removals are based on historical fleet-wide data.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Cost of Operation .80 3. published by the Committee on Helicopter Operations Costs. average overhaul costs.56 122.Utility/Offshore Oil Service The following information is supplied to aid in the preparation of cost estimates for the operation of the S-76C+ helicopter in utility/offshore oil service.36 Operator Estimate 22 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 . Direct operating costs are calculated for an S-76C+ flying 1.6 2.000 hours per year for 12 years using 2001 component prices.000 35. and 2001 power-by-the-hour rates.35 118.70 Sikorsky Estimate 88 1.3) Labor rate ($/hour) Direct maintenance (MH/FH) Indirect maintenance (MH/FH) Total maintenance (MH/FH) Total labor cost ($/FH) 55. Variable Costs Fuel and lubricants Average fuel consumption (gallons/hour) Fuel cost per gallon ($) Cost for fuel ($/hour) Cost for lubricants ($) (3% of fuel) Total cost for fuel and lubricants ($/hour) Labor Salary ($/year)* Salary with benefits ($) (x 1.000 71. This estimate presumes a mature operation in which there has been opportunity for costs to stabilize and assumes no benefit for warranties. Costs have been calculated in general accordance with the practices described in Guide for Presentation of Helicopter Operating Cost Estimates.75 1.6 128.

63 1.500 60.63 14.000 3.51 57.250 4.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Cost of Operation . S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 23 .00 767.56 71.05 1.250 7.53 27.42 0.00 162.76 34.000 12.65 6.04 Operator Estimate TBO (hours) 3.65 3.78 7.74 1.71 0.71 7.37 59.00 244.55 0. ** Engine costs based on one cycle per hour.99 Reserve for overhaul and unscheduled repairs Instruments Electrical Fuel system Hydraulic system Landing gear Lighting Heating/cooling Airframe Rotors Power train Flight controls Avionics Options Total overhaul and unscheduled repair cost ($/hour) Reserve for engine overhaul and spares cost Overhaul reserve ** Spares and unscheduled maintenance Total engine overhaul and spares cost ($/hour) Total direct cost ($) 114.000 (5 years) (10 years) (5 years) Sikorsky Estimate 32.00 48.89 0.Utility/Offshore Oil Service (continued) Reserve for retirement items Main rotor spindle/cuff assembly Main rotor spindle bearing outer race Tail rotor retaining plate Tail rotor horn LG squibs LG links Fire bottle cartridge Total retirement item cost ($/hour) Transmissions* Main transmission ($/hour) Intermediate gear box ($/hour) Tail gear box ($/hour) Total transmission cost ($) Life limit (hours) 5.28 * Transmission costs based on power-by-the-hour cost distributed over the TBO.76 15.73 2.21 38.34 7.06 9.44 0.000 1.

524 74.48 186.781 800 93. annual cost ($) Total annual cost ($) Assumed flight hours per year (hours) Annual costs ($/hour) Sikorsky Estimate 57. assumed rate (%) Hull insurance.5 1.Utility/Offshore Oil Service (continued) Fixed Costs Crew costs Salary ($/year)* Salary with benefits ($) (x 1.37 186.March 2001 24 S-76C+ Utility/Offshore Oil Technical Information — October 2001 .95 Operator Estimate 2. assumed rate per year (%) Depreciation.50 7.000 Total Operating Cost Summary Total direct cost ($/hour) Total crew cost ($/hour) Annual cost ($/hour) Total operating cost ($/hour) Sikorsky Estimate 767.95 Operator Estimate *Rotor and Wing International .3) Pilot hours per year Crew cost per hour ($) Total crew cost for two pilots ($/hour) Annual costs Assumed price ($) Hull insurance.S I KOR S K Y S-76C+ A I R C R A F T Cost of Operation . annual cost ($) Depreciation.

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