Sikorsky H-92 Superhawk

The Sikorsky S-92 is a twin-engine medium-lift helicopter built by Sikorsky Aircraft for civil utility. The Sikorsky H-92 was the military variant of the S-92. Following the oil crisis in 1973, gas companies were forced to explore areas further offshore for oil, which had forged a need for a more suitable rotorcraft. The designed aircraft…


Sikorsky CH-148

The Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone is a twin-engine, multi-role shipboard helicopter, developed and manufactured by the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, as a proposal for a requirement revealed by the Canadian Armed Forces, derived from the previously designed S-92, which came about following the oil crisis in 1973, for which the S-92 was manufactured with the capacity to travel further off-shore, providing an excellent…


Shorts 330

The Short 330 (also known as SD3-30) is a small turboprop transport aircraft produced by Short Brothers based in Belfast. The Short 330 was based on an earlier model, the Short Skyvan. The 330 retained the general structure of the Skyvan, with an elongated fuselage and wingspan in order to facilitate for up to 30 passengers. Just like its…


Sabreliner 70 Series

The North American Sabreliner, (later Rockwell Sabreliner) is a mid-sized business jet, developed by North American Aviation. The design was submitted as a proposal for a requirement announced by the United States Air Force. This aircraft was named T-39A, a military variant exclusively. The initial civilian series were designated the Sabreliner 40 name, featuring a spacious cabin and powered…


Sabreliner 60 Series

The North American Sabreliner, (later Rockwell Sabreliner) is a mid-sized business jet, developed by North American Aviation. The design was submitted as a proposal for a requirement announced by the United States Air Force. This aircraft was named T-39A, a military variant exclusively. The initial civilian series were designated the Sabreliner 40 name, featuring a spacious cabin and powered…


Sabreliner 40 Series

The North American Sabreliner, (later Rockwell Sabreliner) is a mid-sized business jet, developed by North American Aviation. The design was submitted as a proposal for a requirement announced by the United States Air Force. This aircraft was named T-39A, a military variant exclusively. The initial civilian series were designated the Sabreliner 40 name, featuring a spacious cabin and powered…


Saab 340

The Saab 340 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft, developed and produced by Saab AB of Sweden, later by Fairchild Aircraft. Prior to the design of this aircraft, Saab AB became interested in submitting an aircraft to the civil aviation market, wanting to address the contemporary demand for a short-haul airliner with the capacity for at least 30 passengers. It was agreed…


Saab 2000

The Saab 2000 is a twin-engine high-speed turboprop airliner developed and built by the Swedish company Saab. The 2000’s design was based on the predecessing Saab 340 regional airliner, with the aim to submit a new design for the increasing demand for a turboprop airliner that was more efficient, while also able to seat at least 50 passengers, operating over short-…