HAMC, Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation Y-12

Commuter / Utility Aircraft

Harbin Y-12E © Ka Ho Ng
Photo ©: Ka Ho Ng (Photos at airliners.net)
The HAMC Y-12 is a twin-engined 17-seat turboprop regional airliner and utility aircraft produced by the Chinese manufacturer Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation (HAMC).
The HAMC Y-12 is a turboprop-powered development of the HAMC Y-11 with larger fuselage and redesigned wings.
Crew2
Passengers17
Propulsion2 Turboprop Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-27
Engine Power (each)502 kW673 shp
Speed293 km/h158 kts
  182 mph
Service Ceiling6.998 m22.960 ft
Range1.341 km724 NM
833 mi.
Empty Weight3.000 kg6.614 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight5.300 kg11.685 lbs
Wing Span17,20 m56,4 ft
Wing Area34,3 m²369 ft²
Length14,80 m48,6 ft
Height5,50 m18,0 ft
First Flight14.07.1982
Production Statusout of production
Developed fromHarbin Y-11
ICAO CodeY12
Data for (Version)Harbin Y-12