The MD 530F is a small single-engine, light multipurpose utility helicopter that was designed and manufactured by Hughes Helicopters. The aircraft has been in production since 1975 and remains in use today for the military, law enforcement, search and rescue operations, as well as commercial uses such as aerial surveying and photography. It is one of the most common helicopters used by militaries throughout the world.
The MD 530F is a light utility helicopter that was first produced in 1978 by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing). It’s powered by a single Rolls-Royce Allison 250 engine and has seating for six passengers plus two on the flight deck. There are also cargo hooks to allow it to carry external loads.
Currently, there are over 3,000 units of this aircraft in service around the world with more than 50% currently operating outside of North America.
The MD 530F is a helicopter that was first introduced in 1985. The aircraft weighs 4,000 pounds with a range of 250 miles and can fly at speeds of up to 150 mph. This helicopter has the ability to hold 5 people including the pilot and provides lots of storage for gear which makes it ideal for police departments or rescue teams.