MBB Bo-105CB, police helicopter

The light multi-purpose helicopter was developed by the German company Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm in 1967 and was produced until 2001. There are both civilian and military options, including those armed with anti-tank missiles.

MBB Bo-105CB Police helicopter

The helicopter is equipped with two Alisson-250-C20B gas turbine engines with a capacity of 400 HP each, and can fly at speeds of up to 270 km/h, and thanks to its low weight (2,500 kg) it has phenomenal maneuverability. This is the first helicopter that managed to perform a 360 degree loop aerobatic figure. With a pilot and 4 passengers on Board the helicopter has a range of 555 kilometers'.

MBB Bo-105CB Police helicopter

The Bo-105 has a main rotor with a diameter of 9.84 meters, the blades of which were made of reinforced glass fiber for the first time in the world and do not have internal power structures.

MBB Bo-105CB Police helicopter

The helicopter division of the Spanish national police was established in 1979, and 16 BO-105 helicopters were purchased in 1983. Currently, they are being replaced with modern Airbus EC-135, and the helicopter with the tail number EC-FNN in 2015 became an exhibit of the Aeronautics Museum in Madrid.

MBB Bo-105CB Police helicopter