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Year 2002 accidents

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Aerospatiale Alouette II 1
Aerospatiale AS332 Super Puma 2
Aerospatiale AS350 Ecureuil 1
Aerospatiale Gazelle 5
Aerospatiale SA330 Puma 2
Agusta A109 Hirundo 1
Agusta A109E Power 3
Agusta AB139 1
Agusta AB205 1
Agusta AB212 1
AgustaWestland AW109 1
Bell 204 1
Bell 205 2
Bell 206 14
Bell 209 AH-1 Cobra 1
Bell 212 6
Bell 222 1
Bell 412 4
Bell 430 1
Boeing 414 - H-47D Chinook 2
Boeing-Vertol 107M H-46 Sea Knight 1
Dornier UH-1D 1
Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil 2
Eurocopter EC135 2
F+W Emmen SA316B Alouette III 1
Hughes 369 / 500 / H-6 1
Kawasaki Heavy Industries 369HS 1
MBB Bo105 1
McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache 3
McDonnell Douglas md500 1
McDonnell Douglas MD600N 1
Robinson R22 1
Sikorsky S-55 H-19 1
Sikorsky S-58 H-34 1
Sikorsky S-61 H-3 5
Sikorsky S-65 H-53 1
Sikorsky S-70 H-60 7
Sikorsky S-76 1
Sikorsky S-80 H-53E 2
VFW CH-53G 2
Westland Lynx 1
Westland Scout 1


Sikorsky S-61 H-3 Accidents


YearVersionC/N
2002 ch-3c 61-552 TN : Tunisia, ex USAF 65-12777; w/o Apr02 crash into river, 12 killed
2002 hss-2 61-101 US 149684 : USN; conv SH-3H; 1990 pictured as /AA-611 HS-3 USS Independence (CV-62) crewmen working on the tail rotor; conv UH-3H unk; w/o 05jul02 as /HU-744 HC-2 on USS Cushing (DD-985) Persian Gulf
2002 s-61a 61-094 US N318Y : Sikorsky S-61A Payloader c/n 61-094, ff: 1962; retained by Sikorsky as S-61A demonstrator reg N318Y; sold Columbia Helicopters as N299BC unk, conducted first "heli-logging" operation in US dur 1971; w/o when both engines suffered power loss while lifting logs, ivo Chelan, WA 14Dec72. Aircraft suffered hard lndg and rolled over onto rocks and logs, 2 crew fatalities; hulk sold Croman Helicopters as N318Y; w/o a second time when engines suffered power loss and aircraft descended through trees and burned on impact ivo Lakehead, CA 26Mar02. 1 fatality, 1 injured.
2002 S-61L 61-425 US N346AA : w/o 02aug02 at Wendle Creek, BC. 2 fatalities
2002 s61n.mk2 61-713 UK G-BBHM : HM Coastguard, op by Bristow; 2002 based at Portland on the UK south coast, as the secondary SAR machine; w/o 15jul02 destroyed by a No.2 engine fire following emergency landing at Royal Marines base at Poole
    5 C/N found.


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