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.
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 m369 ft
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