Agusta A.119 Koala Powers / MH-68
Developed from the A.109 is the single-engined A.119 Koala, the prototype, I-KOAL, with one Pratt & Whitney PT6B-37/1 turboshaft engine and fixed skid u/c, first flew on Febuary 1995.
The US Coast Guard operated the A.119 Powers as the MH-68A.
PZL in Poland were making all the fuselages for the Agusta A109, AW119 and AW139, before shipping them to Brindisi, Italy, for customour fit-out.
Engine: 1 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6B-37 turboshaft
Take-off power capacity: 747kW
Max continuous: 650kW / 735 shp
Main rotor diameter: 36.089 ft / 11.0m
Length rotors turning: 13.10m
Fuselage length: 36.319 ft / 11.07m
Height: 10.827 ft / 3.3m
Max take off weight: 5997.6 lb / 2720.0 kg
Internal payload: 1200kg
External payload: 1320kg
Max speed: 150 kts / 278km/h
Cruising speed: 140 kts / 260km/h
Service ceiling: 17913 ft / 5460m
Range: 360 nm / 655km
Endurance: 2h 45min