What Is the Fastest Helicopter?


The Westland Lynx ZB500 holds the record as the world’s fastest helicopter, which is a slightly modified version that was clocked at 249.1 mph. In July 2010, a Sikorsky X2 unofficially clocked at 258 mph, although it has not been confirmed.
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Until recently, the Westland Lynx held the world speed record at 216knots. The new record holder is the Sikorsky X2.
The Westland Lynx ZB500 holds the record as the worlds fastest helicopter, a slightly
The Boeing-Vertol CH-47 Chinook. Top speed of 170 knots (196 mph, 315 km/h). The largest users are the U.S. Army and the Royal Air Force.
Westland Lynx helicopter (modified version holds absolute record) , it's production models are still up there around 175 knots. The AH-1 (twin engine model) has a top speeds of 190
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The fastest helicopter is The Sikorsky X2 Helicopter. The X2 is still under testing and recently completed its first flight at 463 km/hr. It is powered by a Light Helicopter Turbine Engine Co (LHTEC) T800 engine and features fly-by-wire controls.
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