Category:Enstrom F-28

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Enstrom 280 in episode 1.14 of Murder, She Wrote.

The Enstrom F-28 and 280 are related, small, two passenger, three seat piston engined helicopters. Launched in 1965 the F-28 was developed into the 280 (nicknamed the 'Shark'), a more luxurious and aerodynamic model aimed at the commercial market, in 1975. The Lycoming piston engines employed in the F-28 and 280 are similar to those found in many fixed-wing general aviation aircraft. Both the F-28 and 280 remain in production today and as of 2007 over 1,100 have been delivered.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Enstrom F-28 and 280.

See also