Up to 110 S-61T Triton refurbished aircraft ordered in 2010 to be used in Afghanistan and places around the world. Four aircraft were to be delivered before the end of the year with the next 13 throughout 2011.
|Troy facility completes S-61 modernization for US State Dept, 23-May-12 : TROY, Alabama - Sikorsky Aircraft’s Troy, Ala., facility announced today it has completed the structural modernization of its first S-61T™ airframe, which will now undergo completion at Carson Helicopters for eventual delivery to the U.S. State Department for diplomatic service in Afghanistan. Sikorsky is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp.|
|US Dept of State orders 3 additional upgraded S-61, 08-Nov-11 : SHELTON, Connecticut - Sikorsky Aerospace Services today announced that the U.S. Department of State (DoS) has ordered three additional upgraded S-61 utility helicopters, bringing the total number purchased by DoS to 29 aircraft to date. Sikorsky Aerospace Services (SAS) is the aftermarket division of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp.|
|First S-61T delivered, 02-Dec-10 : SHELTON, Connecticut - Sikorsky Aerospace Services (SAS) today announced the delivery of the first upgraded S-61 helicopter to the U.S. State Department. With its history of reliability and safety, the Sikorsky S-61 helicopter is capable of performing a wide range of critical missions including medical evacuation, passenger and logistics transportation. SAS is the aftermarket division of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp.|
|US State Dept accepts S-61 for use in Afghanistan, 02-Jun-10 : PERKASIE, Pennsylvania - Sikorsky Aerospace Services today announced that the U.S. State Department has accepted the first two modernized S-61TM aircraft that will support missions for the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan. Sikorsky Aerospace Services (SAS) is the aftermarket division of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp.|
US State Dept Orders S-61T for Use in Afghanistan, 21-Feb-10 : U.S. State Department has entered into agreement to purchase up to 110 modernized S-61 in support of its worldwide operations