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  • Aerospatiale SE3130 Alouette II


    This model is a version of Alouette II



    c/n 1583


    Year 1961




    Helicopter Aerospatiale SE3130 Alouette II Serial 1583 Register 2-ALOU G-CICS XR379 used by Ministry of Defence (MoD) ,Army Air Corps AAC (British Army). Built 1961. Aircraft history and location



    Helicopter Aerospatiale SE3130  Alouette II Serial 1583 Register 2-ALOU G-CICS XR379 used by Ministry of Defence (MoD) ,Army Air Corps AAC (British Army). Built 1961. Aircraft history and location
    By Dave Taskis


    Helicopter Aerospatiale SE3130  Alouette II Serial 1583 Register 2-ALOU G-CICS XR379 used by Ministry of Defence (MoD) ,Army Air Corps AAC (British Army). Built 1961. Aircraft history and location




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    XR379

    united kingdom Army Air Corps

    dd May 1961 as F-WIEN to Middle Wallop. Originally serialled XJ379 until corrected. 18 Flt at Detmold from Jun 1961, 27 Flt Bunde until Nov 1969, 6 Flt 20 Nov 1969 still Sep 1972, 16 Flt until 1988, RNAY Wroughton Oct 1988, Museum of Army Flying, to AAC Historic Flt 25 Jul 1990. 7 Flt
    2007-07-29AWeston Beach Gardens Helidays 2007 with AAC Historic Flight, at Weston-super-Mare Beach Gardens for Helidays 2007 Historic Aircraft Flight

    2010 AACHF (army air corps historic flight)


    G-CICS

    united kingdom Ministry of Defence (MoD)

    2015-03BEGVPMoD Army Historic Aircraft Flight at Army Aviation Centre Middle Wallop Nov13-
    History Aircraft Flight Trust at HQ AAVN Centre Middle Wallop -May17

    2-ALOU

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    apr18

    2018-04Apr18 overhauled and re registered 2-ALOU. Based near York, UK with permission from the British army to fly using the original serial
    2018-12CEGLM moved to new owners at White Waltham EGLM, 2-ALOU retained.



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