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The Brazilian Armed Forces take delivery of two H225Ms

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Singapore Ministry of Defence orders H225M helicopters

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Airbus Helicopters and Helibras introduce first H225M in naval combat version

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Airbus helicopters achieve 98 percent availability during 2016 Rio Olympic Games

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Open letter to the Polish Prime Minister

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Royal Thai Air Force places order for two additional EC725s

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H225M Caracal lands in Poland ahead of MSPO 2016

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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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Kuwait Ministry of Defence orders 30 H225M Caracal helicopters

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23 November 2017

The multi-role workhorse

As a true multi-role platform, the H225M enables military forces to deploy wherever and whenever needed.

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25 October 2017

An all-in-one powerhouse

Powered by two latest-generation engines, the H225M’s five-blade rotor provides an exceptionally low vibration level, and the modular design of rotor mechanical assemblies allows for easier maintenance.

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23 May 2017

, The Brazilian Armed Forces take delivery of two H225Ms

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23 May 2017

The Brazilian Armed Forces take delivery of two H225Ms

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10 October 2017

Infographic H225M

Designed for the most demanding missions

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26 April 2016
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French Air Force H225M Caracal: In-Flight Refuelling

The H225M can be refueled in-flight - both by day and at night <br /> <br />Since 2006 with the arrival of the first H225M Caracal aircraft, the French Air Force set itself an ambitious objective - to master in-flight refueling with its new helicopters. Ten years later, the investment has paid off, and this in-flight refueling capability has been fully mastered by the EH 1/67 Pyrénées helicopter squadron based in Cazaux. With the support of the Italian and US Air Forces - which both provided tanker aircraft - the squadron has patiently assimilated the procedures and trained its crews. Two thirds of the squadron's pilots are now certified to perform in-flight refueling by day, with this certification even becoming standard within the unit. France is thus one the very few countries in the world to master the procedure. <br /> <br />This capability is now taken into account in operations. The French forces are fully aware of the added operational value a helicopter that can be refueled in flight provides in terms of extended range, stealth and speed of action. Several operational missions have already been performed in the Sahel using this capability, in particular with a non-stop 7-hour flight. <br /> <br />More on http://www.airbushelicopters.com/website/en/press/VIDEO:-The-H225M-can-be-refueled-in-flight-both-by-day-and-at-night_1954.html

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14 June 2015
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Final countdown to the 2015 Paris Air Show

The world's largest aeronautical event is about to take off. Airbus Helicopters' air show team previews some of the action to come on the rotorcraft side of this biannual event. <br /> <br />On the static display visit the H225M and the H135, plus full-scale mockups of our newest aircraft: the H145M and the H160, whose innovative Blue Edge blades are also on display at the CORAC (Civil Aviation Research Council) tent nearby. <br /> <br />Learn more about how blades in general are constructed at the Avion des Métiers exhibit, and then check out the X3 high-speed helicopter demonstrator next door at France's National Air and Space Museum. Finally stop by Clean Sky to see a mock-up of a High Compression Engine.

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21 November 2017

Naming Convention

Airbus Helicopters renamed the majority of its products in 2015 to reflects its own rebranding as Airbus and to ...

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13 June 2017

H225M

The H225M is equipped with state-of-the-art avionics and communication systems that reduce crew workload while ...

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23 May 2017

The Brazilian Armed Forces take delivery of two H225Ms

 
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