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The world's first amphibious helicopter

KONNER K3

PROTOTYPE

KONNER K3 MKI

FIELD TESTS:

FLOATING/LANDING/TAKEOFF FROM WATER

PROTOTYPE

KONNER K3 MKII

TESTING PHASE 

PASSED

PRESENTATION

PROTOTYPE K3 AD

AEROFRIEDRICHSHAFEN

2022

PRESENTATION

KONNER K3

FINALIZED

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02/26/2024

The Konner K3 Anfibio is our latest engineering triumph, a helicopter designed to redefine the boundaries between air and water. With the powerful TK-250 turbine, the "HAS" hybrid system and the carbon fiber body, the K3 guarantees unparalleled performance. The real innovation lies in its ability to land and take off from water, opening up a world of exploratory possibilities. With an elegant design, the flying experience becomes a blend of power and refinement. The Konner K3 Anfibio redefines the future of flight, introducing unprecedented versatility to aerial and aquatic exploration.

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KONNER K3AMPHIBIOUS

HYDROJET:  The two electric waterjets mounted on board the K3 Anfibio allow you to travel up to ˜6km without the use of the turbine while in the water. They also guarantee stability during take-off in water.

GPS MODULE:  Through the GPS module and the use of a smartphone APP it is possible to activate the function"position lock". If activated, the helicopter will maintain its position in the water autonomously with the help of the GPS module and the two waterjets mounted on board to maintain the position.

RETRACTABLE SKIDS:  The skids retract independently, upon activation by the pilot, inside the body ensuring better flotation and the possibility of landing even in shallow waters.

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OFFICIAL KONNER PRESENTATIONK3

Konner detailsK3 Anfibio

  • HAS Hybrid System
    The irbdi porcodio system
  • TK-250 turbine
    the turbine etc. etc
  • FADEC: Full Authority Digital Engine Control
    The fadec is for cocks and decks
  • Carbon Fiber Monoblock
    The k1 body cocks and decks
*Renderings of the K3 presented may not reflect the finalized version of the Konner K3 Anfibio. Some engineering details may differ.
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