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    NEWS | AgustaWestland EH101 in PT Força Aérea Portuguesa

    Turbomeca to Support Portugal EH101 Fleet


    Turbomeca and Portuguese Air Force have signed at the Paris Air Show a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support the RTM322-powered EH101 fleet.
      Paris Air Show 2015



    Turbomeca and Portuguese Air Force have signed at the Paris Air Show  a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support the RTM322-powered EH101 fleet.

    Turbomeca to Support Portugal EH101 Fleet


    Turbomeca, June 17, 2015 - Le Bourget, Paris Air Show - Turbomeca (Safran), Portuguese Air Force (Força Aérea Portuguesa) and DEFLOC (Locação de Equipamentos de Defesa, S.A.) have signed at the Paris Air Show, signed in the presence of the Portuguese Secretary of State, Assistant to The Minister of National Defense, Mrs Berta Cabral, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support the Portuguese RTM322-powered EH101 fleet.

    The engines of these rotorcrafts will be covered by a Global Support Package (GSP).

    GSP is a long term support contract that optimizes turboshaft availability and enables military operators to focus on their core activity.

    Franck Saudo, Turbomeca Executive Vice President Support & Services, said, "this MoU is a new step in the partnership between Turbomeca and Portuguese Air Force. We are extremely proud of this new commitment for a GSP contract to support RTM322-powered rotorcrafts. We are committed to offer world-class support to the Portuguese Air Force".

    The Portuguese Air Force operates a fleet of 12 Turbomeca-powered EH101, dedicated to tactical airlift operations and search and rescue.


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