Today at HAI Heli-Expo East West Helicopter signed a letter of understanding to enroll 10 single engine aircraft to the Airbus HCare Smart support package. We look forward to keeping them flying and providing the highest levels of customer service.
Airbus Helicopters has signed partnerships with two new MRO software providers – Aircraft Maintenance Systems and Lundin Software – that will enable their maintenance information systems (MIS) to be connected to Airbus, facilitating the two-way exchange of maintenance and aircraft data from Airbus to the customer’s MIS.
Airbus Helicopters and Swiss Rotor Service (SRS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate in the promotion of the Maximum Pilot View Kit (MPVK) for the H125 and older variants of the AS350 single-engine helicopter (B2 & B3 versions).
Forest Helicopters Inc. has signed an order for a light single-engine H125 helicopter from Airbus Helicopters Canada.
Babcock Australasia, the aerospace and defence company, is celebrating its first year of Airbus H175 helicopter operations in Timor Leste after clocking up nearly 1400 flights providing offshore aviation services for their oil and gas customer.
The Rescue and Salvage Bureau (CRS) of the Chinese Ministry of Transport (MOT) is extending its medium class search and rescue helicopter fleet with the Airbus H175, beginning with a signature for two aircraft in search and rescue (SAR) configuration.
Longstanding Airbus Helicopters customer Air Medical Group Holdings (AMGH) will add a total of 21 helicopters to its fleet for air medical transport missions, announced at the Heli-Expo 2019 trade show in Atlanta.
Superior Helicopter has put its trust in Airbus Helicopters for the entirety of its fleet availability needs by signing the first HCare Infinite contract in North America. It will also take delivery of additional H125s by Airbus this year.
One of the principle uses of helicopters in PBA is for short urban commutes, hopping over traffic-snarled streets from meeting to meeting. Recreational use is also important: with ultra-high net worth individuals often favouring remote locations to live and relax, helicopter can be the ideal – and sometimes only – way to travel point to point from mountain chalets, quiet islands or mega-yachts.
With the largest cabin in its class, wide opening sliding door and roll-in stretcher capacity, the H160 is the next generation high intensive care helicopter ideal for long distances critical patient or incubator transport.
The offshore Wind energy industry is forecasted to experience significant growth over the coming years. To meet these new requirements, more and more Wind farm operators are tuning to helicopters, which offer a reliable, cost-effective solution, from construction to maintenance.
For the full complement of airborne law enforcement missions – including those performed with city, state or highway police; carried out by customs, border patrol, and coast guard units; and implemented by drug enforcement, SWAT or search teams – Airbus provides the helicopters, capability and special equipment to get the job done – no matter how complex the task.
Airbus’ mission-proven H215 – available in 2 different versions to meet customer requirements – is characterised by its rugged design, excellent payload lift performance, cost efficiency and demonstrated ability to operate in the world’s most austere environments.
Search and rescue agencies around the world count on the reliability, performance and efficiency of Airbus Helicopters rotorcraft for their critical missions. On call every day, Airbus Helicopters’ light, medium and medium-heavy rotorcraft are ready for search and rescue duties.
When immediate emergency assistance is needed, helicopters are irreplaceable. Airbus offers a range of rotorcraft recognized for speed and reliability, large EMS cabins, low vibration levels, excellent maneuverability, the ability to land anywhere, and low operating costs.
From major tourist destinations to the busy airspace over cities, the single-engine H130 (previously known as the EC130 T2) is in widespread use with sightseeing services, charter operators, and law enforcement agencies, among others.