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Hill Helicopters unveils digital glass cockpit for the HX50

Hill Helicopters unveils digital glass cockpit for the HX50

21-Apr-2021

Hill Helicopters today unveiled its elegant, intuitive Hill Digital Cockpit (HDC) for the new Hill HX50 luxury personal turbine helicopter. HDC is a completely reimagined, 21st century user-experience and user-interface for the HX50 light helicopter, designed from the ground up to make light helicopter flight safer and easier than ever before. The system is focused... Read more

Hill Helicopters unveils online configurator and options list for new HX50

Hill Helicopters unveils online configurator and options list for new HX50

18-Mar-2021

Hill Helicopters today unveils an advanced online aircraft configurator tool for the reimagined HX50 luxury turbine private helicopter. The configurator allows discerning customers to fully visualize their personalized aircraft, choosing customizations from paint color and finish to options supporting a variety of operations and environments. “We designed HX50 to be an aerial grand tourer, complete... Read more

Hill Helicopters targets R44 market with turbine HX50 price

Hill Helicopters targets R44 market with turbine HX50 price

9-Dec-2020Source: Hill Helicopters

Hill Helicopters today announced its luxury, private Hill HX50 helicopter will receive an initial EASA CS-27 type approval from the UK CAA to be operated under amateur-built/experimental category regulations, making it the most modern, affordable private turbine light helicopter in the world. HX50 fully meets EASA CS-27 and FAR Part 27 certification requirements. This elegant, cutting-edge... Read more

Exclusive interview – Jason Hill, founder of Hill Helicopters

Exclusive interview – Jason Hill, founder of Hill Helicopters

11-Nov-2020Source: HeliHub.com

Hill Helicopters took the market by surprise in late August 2020 with the public launch of their HX50 helicopter.  Private owners who already own a helicopter were intrigued – and indeed a good number have already put down non-refundable deposits.  On the other hand, there were a lot of other people in our industry who... Read more

Hill Helicopters names engine for the HX50

Hill Helicopters names engine for the HX50

3-Nov-2020Source: HeliHub.com

In another step away from long-entrenched industry norms, British manufacturer Hill Helicopters is today announcing that the power for its new HX50 luxury personal helicopter will be their own Hill GT50 light turbine engine with a continuous power output of 400hp. This newly designed powerplant eliminates the need for a compressor turbine gearbox to save... Read more

Composite Integration to produce tooling for Hill Helicopters HX50 fuselage

Composite Integration to produce tooling for Hill Helicopters HX50 fuselage

6-Oct-2020Source: Hill Helicopters

Hill Helicopters recently unveiled its disruptive, ground-up new helicopter, the HX50. The 5-seat, turbine-powered, 500-horsepower rotorcraft is the world’s first truly private, luxury helicopter crafted to deliver a whole new experience in safety, performance, adventure, comfort, and elegance. Designed by a team of hand-selected, highly skilled engineers led by aeronautics engineer Dr. Jason Hill, Ph.D.,... Read more

Hill Helicopters unveils interior concept for its new HX50

Hill Helicopters unveils interior concept for its new HX50

25-Sep-2020Source: Hill Helicopters

Hill Helicopters unveiled its reimagined, high-tech interior concept for the disruptive new HX50 private helicopter. The spacious luxury cabin delivers a complete rethink of helicopter flight with ground-up redesigned flight controls, a full glass instrument panel, large windows and skylights, comfortable leather seating, and opulent finishes. “The HX50 interior is designed from the ground up... Read more

New 5 seat helicopter will turn private flying on its head

New 5 seat helicopter will turn private flying on its head

24-Aug-2020Source: HeliHub.com

British engineer Jason Hill has been flying helicopters for nearly 20 years, and has more recently been developing a five-seat three-blade turbine helicopter that will not be “just another new helicopter”. Instead, he is aiming to disrupt the helicopter industry at least as much as Elon Musk has disrupted the car industry with his Tesla... Read more

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