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CHC Helicopters Australia AW139

CHC started flying AW139s in Australia in 2008 for emergency rescue and as oil and gas passenger transfer services. See also Lloyd Helicopters


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CHC Australia AW139 Ready for Rescue Service, 27-Feb-19 : Avalon 2019 The six AW139 helicopters operated by CHC under contract of the Australian DoD for rescue services for RAAF, RAN and Army are now operational

CHC AW139/189 Contracts for Northwest Australia, 17-Sep-18 : #oilandgas CHC signed 5-year contract to provide AW139/AW189 +10 daily offshore flights for Woodside, Jadestone Energy, Vermilion Energy and BHP from Karratha, Learmonth and Onslow Airports in Australia from July 2019

CHC Renewed SAR Service with RAAF, 16-Apr-18 : CHC signed 30-month contract continuation with Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) to provide search and rescue at five bases replacing current six S-76 with AW139. CHC also provides SAR to Army and Navy

Lobo Leasing AW139 to CHC Australia, 18-Dec-17 : Lobo Leasing from Ireland placed a offshore configured AW139 helicopter with CHC to be based in Karratha, Western Australia

CHC Australia AW139 Contracted by Quadrant Energy, 23-Jun-17 : CHC will provide for two years passenger transfer services to Quadrant’s oil and gas installations on the North West Shelf using two AW139s flying out of Karratha starting July 1st, 2017

CHC AW139 for Royal Australian Navy’ Nowra SAR, 07-May-17 : CHC awarded 15 month contract to provide AW139 helicopter Aviation Emergency Response services out of Nowra base in NSW. With this, CHC now provides SAR to all the 3 Australian Defence Force services.

CHC Australia AW139 Reaches 25,000 Flight Hours, 19-Jan-17 : CHC’s 10th year of flying AW139s in SAR/EMS and oil and gas transfer brings a major milestone. Was first AW139 operator in Australia. CHC global fleet logged more than 125,000 flying hours







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