Helicopter News September 19, 2015 by Helis.com
Helicopter News September 19, 2015 by Helis.com


Newsletter #224


New Zealand Sells UH-1H Helicopters The retired Royal New Zealand Air Force UH-1H helicopter fleet has been sold to Dakota Air Parts in the U.S. 10 (of the 13 airframes) total sale was in the $3-5 million range.

Argentine Coast Guard Receives Its First H225 Argentine Coast Guard ( Prefectura Naval Argentina ) received its first H225 helicopter, which will be based in Mar del Plata, marking the start of the renewal process of the SA330 Puma fleet

MCAS Beaufort Lone Sea Knight A CH/HH-46 Sea Knight helicopter on display outside the MCAS Beaufort Headquarters building in South Carolina is dedicated to Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Kevin Frank.

Multinational Air Operation in Kosovo Croatian, Slovenian, Swiss and U.S. Army flight KFOR crews soared over Kosovo for a multinational, eight-ship helicopter mission, during a large aviation exercise

Airbus Helicopters Foundation Aid in Dominica The Airbus Helicopters Foundation has provided support chartering a H120 helicopter for the ongoing humanitarian relief operations in Dominica, in the Caribbean, in the wake of tropical storm Erika.

HW Farren Continues Transporting Helicopters HW Farren completed another month transporting big helicopters, including Boeing Vertol 107, CH-47 Chinook, Canadian CH-148 and UH-60 Black Hawk

Vector Aerospace Three Years in Australia Vector Aerospace, provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, is celebrating the third anniversary of its engine MRO facility in Brisbane, Australia.



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