February 24, 2009
Sherpa Utility Aircraft Flying Again With Big Horsepower
The massive Sherpa homebuilt, which has seen more than its fair share of delays, is flying again behind a new K650 Honeywell turbine, last seen as the Garrett TPE331, producing 740 shaft horsepower. While Sherpa Aircraft has used both the Walter turboprop and the massive IO-720 Lycoming (making 400 hp), the new aircraft, upgraded from the Sherpa’s original five seats to eight, makes good use of the new power. It’s called the K 650 T.
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