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  • Bell 212

    Derived from 205
    1968











    News about Bell 212



    Returning to Service After a Decade in Storage, 04-Sep-20 : #Huey US Navy Fleet Readiness Center East (FRCE) at MCAS Cherry Point, NC returned to service a Bell UH-1N twin Huey helicopter that was in storage after years of use by both the US Air Force and Army

    RoadRunner EFI Upgrade for Bell 212 and 412, 23-Jul-20 : #roadrunner Electronic flight instrument (EFI) Astronautics Roadrunner receives Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) type certificate (STC) for legacy Bell 412 / 412EP / 412HP / 412SP and Bell 212 helicopters

    Crew Barrier System for Bell Helicopters, 18-Apr-20 : #coronavirus Canadian companies Alpine Aerotech and Port Aerospace developed a crew barrier/isolation system in response to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Accepted by a Transport Canada delegate. Kits for Bell 205/212/412 in production and 206L/407 to follow

    PWC Customer Support Plan for Bells, 12-Feb-20 : #CustomerSupport Pratt & Whitney announced that Bell 212, 412, 427 and 429 helicopter customers will have a single point of contact to learn about and enroll in aircraft and engine maintenance plans

    Canadian S-61 and Bell 212 Avionics Upgrades, 29-Jan-20 : Heli-Expo 2020 Maxcraft Avionics to retrofit Canadian Helicopters’ Bell 212 and S-61 helicopters with Astronautics Roadrunner Electronic Flight Instrument (EFI)

    AeroBrigham to Upgrade Bell 212, 29-Jan-20 : Heli-Expo 2020 AeroBrigham from Decatur, Texas will retrofit the Bell 212 shown at Heli-Expo 2020 with a new Garmin GTX-750/650 radio package along with an upgraded cockpit and cabin intercom system

    Astronautics at Heli-Expo 2020, 27-Jan-20 : Heli-Expo 2020 Astronautics presenting its wireless Airborne Communication System (wACS) for Airbus’ helicopters beginning with the H145 and upgraded RoadRunner Electronic Flight Instrument (EFI) for Commercial Black Hawk. Also, Badger Pro+ integrated flight display now ready for Bell 412 and 429

    Bell 212 Day/Night VFR Kit Upgrade Kit, 02-Nov-19 : #Bell212 Alpine Aerotech, a Platinum Certified Bell Customer Service Facility in Canada, received Canadian certificate for their digital flight instrument Day/Night Visual flight rules (VFR) kit upgrade for the Bell 212

    Surefire Cargo Hook Kits Certified for Bell Models, 07-Aug-19 : #CargoHook Onboard Systems’ Surefire Release Technology cargo hook kits for the Bell medium helicopters (204/205/212/412) received certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and are now available for worldwide installation

    Missing Jugde Rescued by 40th Helicopter Squadron, 13-Mar-19 : An USAF UH-1N from the 40th Helicopter Squadron located and rescued a missing judge just south of Great Falls, Montana.

    Bell 212 Glass Cockpit Upgrade Certification, 04-Mar-19 : Heli-Expo 2019 Bell 212 helicopter cockpit upgrade available for both VFR and IFR operations with the Universal Avionics EFI-890H Advanced Flight Displays

    28,000 Flight Hours for Argentine Helicopters in Cyprus, 24-Jan-19 : #UNFICYP Argentine Air Force helicopters in Cyprus, part of peacekeeping mission UNFICYP achieved 28,000 flight hours since started operations in 1994

    Uruguayan Bell 212 MedEvac Mission in Congo, 11-May-18 : #peacekeepers A member of "Doctors Without Borders" in the Congo Democratic Republic suffered a heart attack and was evacuated by Uruguayan peacekeepers taking part of United Nations MONUSCO Mission

    USA Donates Four UH-1N to Costa Rica, 26-Apr-18 : US Department of State’ INL announced donation of 4 UH-1N in a $43M packet to Costa Rica’ Ministry of Public Security. Presumably ex USMC aircraft will be refurbished before delivery

    UH-1N, Minot AFB Workhorse, 04-Apr-18 : The UH-1N Iroquois, best known as the “Huey”, is the 54th Helicopter Squadron’s workhorse at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. First introduced by the Air force in 1970 will serve past 2020

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