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The Altocommutive Helicopter
Used for research, search-and-rescue, surveillance, aerial TV reporting, or civil operations, the Altocommutive Helicopter will be your first pick.
About this creation

Used for research, search-and-rescue, surveillance, aerial TV reporting, or civil operations, the Altocommutive Helicopter will be your first pick.

The Altocommutive Helicopter – nicknamed the “Spite” – can be used for numerous careers, thanks to its wide range of functionalities and the easiness in flying it, despite its top speed of 230+ mph. And thanks to its pressurized cabin, it can fly at relative altitudes of small airplanes.

Its relatively small size allows it to penetrate into areas where bulkier and harder-to-fly aircraft cannot. Though it is single-manned, a second seat for a passenger can be installed or taken out at will. Plus, a reliable autopilot is always there to help out in any situation, thick or thin. For cargo, luggage, or rescue tools, two side containers have been provided, plus a 2 x 6 x 2 chamber behind the cockpit, easily accessed from the interior.



In case you forgot, the Spite can exceed speeds of 230 mph. And with its large overhead and tail turbine propellers, it can easily fly through thick fog, clouds, or even precipitation. Snow, sleet, and freezing rain are no problem, thanks to electric heaters on the propellers, fuselage, and tail. The only thing that can stop this chopper is tennis-ball-sized hail, which is rarely experienced in my Lego world of Mikrosheison.

And yes, the landing gear is retractable. The unusual (and crowded) windshield features heating systems, electric windshield clearers (the supersedent of the windshield wiper), and emergency ejection systems.

The Altocommutive Helicopter is being used worldwide for the Aerial EMS (pictured here), the military, TV broadcasters, and everyday pilots who’ve always wanted to fly a beautiful bird that is easy to handle and nice to look at. And thanks to the Spite, more people can fly, thanks to its easy, 2-week training course. In “spite” of its price, the Spite is worth your money! Buy some today.


I actually made this creation a few years ago, but only just now am I able to post it. This vehicle has been developed by the MMF.



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  January 25, 2008
this thing is really cool, but the sides of the cockpit are open, so it could be penetrated by enemy fire.
 
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