At the end of August, the H145M performed its first flight with a complete HForce weapon system in Donauwörth. Thanks to this modular weapon system designed by Airbus, the H145M can be equipped with all kind of guided and ballistic armaments such as missiles and laser guided rockets, guns, machine guns and rockets. The qualification of HForce for use on the H145M is planned for 2018.
Developed to the most exacting naval requirements, the VSR700 drone is a balance between performance, operational flexibility and reliabilityAirbus - Master Films - Frédéric Lancelot
The Tiger attack helicopter – seen here at the 2017 Paris Air Show – provides crew with advanced technology, including multifunction LCD displays showing sensor and internal systems dataAirbus - Master Films - Frédéric Lancelot
The unmanned reconnaissance helicopter, VSR700 – seen here at the 2017 Paris Air Show – is Airbus’ solution to protection anywhere, anytime.Airbus - Master Films - Frédéric Lancelot
The Tiger is Airbus’ combat-proven attack helicopter, designed for armed reconnaissance, air or ground escort and a host of other missions.Airbus - Master Films - Frédéric Lancelot
Benefitting from a compact airframe, which provides a low profile in high-threat environments, the H145M stands out at the 2017 Paris Air Show.Airbus - Master Films - Frédéric Lancelot
Visitors to the 2017 Paris Air Show take in the sights and sounds of the biennial aviation gathering, where Airbus is showcasing its market-leading aircraft such as the Tiger helicopter (front) and A380 jetliner (background).Airbus