# Helicopter Travel Time

Travel time of the helicopter

In the first place, the travel time is drastically shortened by taking you into the air. It calculates the flight distance and the required flight time/duration for each location/airport in the world. Journey to Las Vegas in style with your own private helicopter.

## What can a helicopter go in an hours?

Several helicopters have different service lives, which are determined by the dimensions of their tanks. Shaft Horse Power (SHP) is the motor shaft that determines how much propellant a helicopter consumes. For this purpose, it is imperative that you design your helicopter for use so that it can cross the oceans. You must know the travel distances, the route conditions, the alternative airfield and the flying altitude.

Usually, helicopters flying over seas or oceans must accurately determine their CP and PNR. The CP is the point at which the helicopter will, when the helicopter reaches the point at which it decides the air conditions with the available propellant and the available duration and atmospheric conditions at that time to go on or go back to the basis (RTB), but if the helicopter has already attained PNR, with the available propellant and the stamina and regardless of the atmospheric conditions (thunderstorm/flash) the helicopter has no other option than to resume and resume the mission.

It'?s up to the chopper. On the other hand, a standard cruise velocity is ~120 - 140 knots m- so that a helicopter can travel ~ 120 - 140 knots in one hour. Of course, many choppers can go quicker, but due to abrasion and high propellant usage, romping around at top speeds is totally inconvenient.

Now, there are many things on which the helicopter velocity will depend, like the helicopter, its mass, the performance of its engine and much more. Eurocopter X1 is the world' speediest helicopter. Its maximum velocity is 472 km/h; 293 cph.

## What can a helicopter go in an hours?

Several helicopters have different service lives, which are determined by the dimensions of their tanks. Shaft Horse Power (SHP) is the motor shaft that determines how much propellant a helicopter consumes. For this purpose, it is imperative that you design your helicopter for use so that it can cross the oceans. You must know the travel distances, the route conditions, the alternative airfield and the flying altitude.

Usually, helicopters flying over seas or oceans must accurately determine their CP and PNR. The CP is the point at which the helicopter will, when the helicopter reaches the point at which it decides the air conditions with the available propellant and the available duration and atmospheric conditions at that time to go on or go back to the basis (RTB), but if the helicopter has already attained PNR, with the available propellant and the stamina and regardless of the atmospheric conditions (thunderstorm/flash) the helicopter has no other option than to resume and resume the mission.

It'?s up to the chopper. On the other hand, a standard cruise velocity is ~120 - 140 knots m- so that a helicopter can travel ~ 120 - 140 knots in one hour. Of course, many choppers can go quicker, but due to abrasion and high propellant usage, romping around at top speeds is totally inconvenient.

Now, there are many things on which the helicopter velocity will depend, like the helicopter, its mass, the performance of its engine and much more. Eurocopter X1 is the world' speediest helicopter. Its maximum velocity is 472 km/h; 293 cph.