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Babcock International
Babcock International Group plc is a multinational corporation headquartered in the United Kingdom. Although the company has civil contracts, its main business includes UK Ministry of Defence and Network Rail.

Since 2014 is involved in the helicopter business after the acquisition of the Avincis Group.

Mission Critical Services (MCS), which sits within Babcock's Aviation sector, is one of the world's leading providers of aerial services for mission-critical operations. Babcock's fleet of Emergency Service aircraft flies around 90,000 missions each year, providing air ambulance, search and rescue, firefighting, police and civil protection services. Babcock also operates helicopters serving the oil and gas sector.

- Bond Aviation Group ( renamed Babcock MCS Offshore/Onshore )
- Norsk Helikopterservice
- Australian Helicopters
- Scandinavian AirAmbulance
- Heli-Aviation GmbH

List of Units

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Rotary Wing Aircraft UnitCreatedDisband
    Babcock Mission Critical Services Offshore2016 --
    Babcock Mission Critical Services Onshore2016 --

Bases and Locations

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Base / HeliportUnits on this Location
   Aberdeen / DyceBabcock Mission Critical Services Offshore 2016/   
   Norwich / Horsham St. FaithBabcock Mission Critical Services Offshore 2016/   

Model Types

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  AH H175 / EC1752017
  EC ec1352016
  AW AW1392016
  AH H145 / EC145T22016
  Sikorsky s-922016
  EC EC225LP20162017
  EC as365 dauphin 22016
  AH H135 / EC135T32016

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