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Brantly Helicopter Projects

hesham

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Hi,

The Brantly B-3 was a project for tandem twin rotor helicopter
could accommodated 6-seat and B-4 was very large version of
B-3 but powered by four engines (two forward and two aft) and
could accommodated 50-seat.


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Jemiba

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I only found one picture of tandem rotor Brantly type, the B2J10,
obviously a development of the single rotor B-2
(from Aviation Week1965 18-27)
 

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For more about Brantly helicopters:
  • Brantly YHO-3 here.
  • ARDC TP-900 here.
  • A former Brantly B-2 pilot here.
  • Hynes H-5T pilotless helicopter derived from B-2 here.
 

Mark Nankivil

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Good Day All -

From the January, 1968 issue of American Aviation Magazine is this artist concept for the Brantly 305.

Enjoy the Day! Mark
 

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Brantly prototype.
 

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Good Day All -

A very early Brantly B-1- has not yet evolved into the flying ice cream cone shape....

From April 1950 Skyways magazine.

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