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| Industria Aeronautica Romana ( IAR ), founded in 1925 in Brasov, obtained production license from french Aerospatiale in 1968 to build the Alouette III and Puma in Romania. Since then IAR has produced more than 370 IAR 316 and IAR 330.
S.C. Eurocopter Romania SA was established in 2002 to market and sell new Eurocopter helicopters in Romania and neighboring countries. It also a key industrial center for repair, overhaul and upgrades of the Puma and Super Puma models. As of 2012 more than 80 Pumas from around the world have been worked here.
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|Airbus Helicopters and Romania sign MoU, 03-Sep-14 : BUCHAREST, Romania - The Government of Romania and Airbus Helicopters have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in a ceremony at the Victoria Palace in Victory Square, the headquarters of the Romanian Government.|
|Two more EC135 for the Romanian Ministry of Health, 25-Apr-12 : Bucharest, Romania - by Pascale Fleury - The Romanian Ministry of Health’s Eurocopter EC135 helicopter fleet will be increased with two additional helicopters ordered as part of a framework contract signed last year covering a total six of the twin-engine rotorcraft.|
|EC135 to the Romanian Ministry of Health, 15-Dec-11 : Marignane, France - A ceremony was held in Bucharest today for the delivery by Eurocopter Romania, a subsidiary of Eurocopter - the world’s leading civil and parapublic helicopter manufacturer - of an EC135 helicopter to Romania’s Ministry of Health. The ceremony was attended by the Romanian Minister of Health Ladislau Ritli, the Secretary of State in the Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior Mihai Capra, His Excellence Henri Paul from the French Embassy in Romania, His Excellence Andreas Von Mettenheim from the German Embassy in Romania, as well as by Jean-Louis Mascle, CEO of Eurocopter Romania and Xavier Poupardin, Eurocopter Vice President for the EC135 program.|
| aerospatiale SA330H Puma |
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