In the most demanding environments, helicopters are there to serve, protect, save lives and safely carry passengers. Whether in a time of need or in our everyday lives, helicopters have a role to play. From disaster relief, medical evacuation, to helping power our world, here are a few examples of why flying is essential.
The U.S. Air Force enlisted Air Center Helicopters’ H225s to conduct Special Operations training in elite offshore rescue operations - preparing them for real-life rescue operations in the field.
As the global launch customer of the public service configuration H175, the Hong Kong Government Flying Service (GFS) has operated seven H175 helicopters since receiving the first variant of this configuration in 2018, mainly performing a variety of demanding public service missions such as emergency search and rescue, mountain firefighting and coastal patrol.
Aircraft availability is among the top expectations of both civil and military operators for their helicopter fleets. Here are some of the ways Airbus Helicopters is working to boost performance for military operators in particular.