Nihon YS-11

The NAMC YS-11 stands out as a turboprop airliner, meticulously designed and constructed by the Japanese Nihon Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation. Notably, the YS-11 holds the distinction of being the sole post-war airliner entirely developed and manufactured in Japan. In approximately 1954, the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in Japan unveiled a proposal urging companies to innovate a short-haul airliner, prompting NAMC to present plans for the YS-11. Featuring a low-wing, pressurized monoplane design, the YS-11 accommodated up to 60 passengers and was powered by Rolls-Royce Dart Mk.542-10K engines, the only component of the YS-11 not produced or developed in Japan. Production continued until 1974, with a total of 182 aircraft built by that time.

Red Box is delighted to showcase an extensive array of ground power equipment tailored for the Nihon AMC YS-11 aircraft. This collection encompasses tugs, ground power units, start power units and more, meticulously crafted to meet the specific requirements of the YS-11.

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