Can a Helicopter Fly Upside down?

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A helicopter can fly upside down by tilting its nose slightly upwards and using its wings to generate lift while it is on its head. This mode of flying is normally common with model radio-controlled helicopters.
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1. Assemble the helicopter and perform all trimming as instructed by the assembly. If you are an experienced pilot you can perform trimming to suit your style. Unlike most other tricks
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Actually, a helicopter can fly upside down but not for long.If you go to... http://www.guardian.co.uk/notesandqueries/query/0,,-186989,00.htmlYou can get answer to why I say they
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Normal helicopters cannot fly upside down. A few types of helicopters can do
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Yes, the blades on the main rotor simply rotate so that they are opposite to their normal postions; so obviously, the lift would be on the other side of the main rotor...so flying
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