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CMIG Leasing takes delivery of China’s 100th helicopter from the Ecureuil family

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Airbus helicopters achieve 98 percent availability during 2016 Rio Olympic Games

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Q&A: The Ecureuil family has achieved 30 million flight hours. Here's how it happened.

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Backstage Pass: A police chief’s aerial view of Rio 2016

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90 Airbus Helicopters rotorcraft take part in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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Aerial photography: French photographer captures the world's beauty from above

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18 June 2017

PAS 2017, 18 June: view on Airbus pavilion and H130

The H130 is a member of Airbus’ Ecureuil fleet, which has reached the enviable milestone of 30 million flight hours, a testament to its longevity and reliability

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13 January 2017

AS350-in-flight

The AS350 Écureuil helicopter adopted fibreglass for its main rotor-head

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09 December 2016

CMIG Leasing takes delivery of China’s 100th helicopter from the Ecureuil family

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13 October 2016

Q&A: The Ecureuil family has achieved 30 million flight hours. Here's how it happened.

Phoenix H li-Flight, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, on October 27, 2008.Photo by Christophe Guibbaud/ABACAPRESS.COM for Eurocopter.

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04 May 2016
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Bruno Decelle - 30,000 Flight Hours

 
02 March 2016
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HAI 2016 - Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol

 
29 April 2015
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Yann-Arthus-Bertrand

Aboard Ecureuil with Yann Arthus-Bertrand : "I think flying is the best way to explain the Earth's beauty. That's what I set out to show," says French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand. <br /> Arthus-Bertrand is the eye behind some of the world's most stunning aerial photography, much of which he captures from inside a helicopter. <br /> <br />In this video a team from Airbus Helicopters accompanies Arthus-Bertrand on a sunset photo shoot aboard an Ecureuil rotorcraft operated by Hélicoptères de France as he captures images of Marseille's iconic Notre-Dame de la Garde cathedral and the Mediterranean Sea. <br /> <br />"We shoot everything in slow motion, to give the human eye the time to take in the majesty," he says. "Usually we move too fast. We no longer see the beauty around us." <br /> <br />Helping him capture these magnificent moments are the helicopter pilots who bring him above the world. <br />"I've flown in many helicopters, and the Ecureuil is the ideal aircraft," he says. "But I owe my photos to the pilots. They take me there. We share a love for the sights together."

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09 December 2016

[Recipient], CMIG Leasing takes delivery of China’s 100th helicopter from the Ecureuil family

 
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