Aero Spacelines 377SGT Guppy 201

1970

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Aero Spacelines 377SGT Guppy 201

Although this Super Guppy is very close in dimensions to the original Super Guppy, the shape of the fuselage and engine nacelles are completely different. The fuselage has a smoother flow more remenisent of the Pregnant Guppy.

The first 377SGT Super Guppy Turbine flew on August 24, 1970. After success with the first of the 377SGTs, Aero Spacelines built a second 377SGT and it flew exactly two years later on August 24, 1972.

Aero Spacelines originally planned to build and operate the MGT and SGT aircraft as they had the PG, SG, and MG previously. It was only after the company got into serious financial trouble that the decision was made to sell the SGT to Airbus Industrie.

Aero Spacelines 377SGT Guppy 201

Specification 
 MODELGuppy 201
 ENGINE4 x Allison 501-D22C, 3663kW
 WEIGHTS
  Take-off weight77111 kg170002 lb
  Empty weight45359 kg100000 lb
  Payload25000kg55116 lb
 DIMENSIONS
  Wingspan47.63 m156 ft 3 in
  Length43.84 m144 ft 10 in
  Height14.78 m49 ft 6 in
  Wing area182.51 m21964.52 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
  Max. speed460 km/h286 mph
  Cruise speed407 km/h253 mph
  Ceiling7620 m25000 ft
  Range w/max payload813 km505 miles

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Aero Spacelines 377SGT Guppy 201A three-view drawing (752 x 1139)

Comments
Patrick Dean, e-mail, 08.12.2013 05:58

I am seeking construction photos in France and operation, photos of all Guppy Types for a book that will be published by McFarland and Company. It is a sequel to my book "The ATL-98 Carvair". The working title is "Volumetric Heavy Lift, Hybrid and Guppy Aircraft." This is a comprehensive review and comparison of Guppy and heavy lift aircraft and includes a section on external cargo transport. A large portion of the manuscript has been completed.
Any photos or anecdotal accounts anyone can offer will be appreciated.

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Thomas D. Moreland, e-mail, 24.11.2010 05:22

The propeller was a 54H60 Hamilton Standard propeller like the Navy P3 except it had C 130 blades with P3 cuffs so they would match up with P3 type spinner and hub fairings. The front part ofcowlings(The QEC portion) were P3 parts slightly modified for Civil Certification.











p3

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LCDR Brian Mcconville USN (ret, e-mail, 13.03.2010 01:32

This version used Hamilton Standard Propellers that were almost the same as those used on the US Navy P3 patrol aircraft. While employed as a Senior Instructor at the Hamilton Standard Service School facility in Windsor Locks CT,I had the pleasure of training maintenance personel on this system. Great Propellers

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SERGIO, e-mail, 18.05.2007 19:28

LES FALTA EL AIRBUS BELUGA

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