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  • BO105 Helicopter celebrates 50 years of loops

    The BO105 light helicopter took off for the first time on February 16th, 1967. Developed by the German manufacturer MBB, precursor to Airbus Helicopters, this twin-engine is extremely maneuverable and capable of performing acrobatic loops.

  • Best of 2016: Top 5 aeronautics Events videos

    For the Christmas holidays, aeronewstv offers you the best of 2016’s aeronautical videos. Today, we invite you to watch the TOP 5 reports viewed this year in the Events category.

  • Airbus Helicopters: why voluntary redundancies are a risk

    Poland's last-minute decision to ditch an order for 50 Caracal comes as a blow to Airbus Helicopters. It's just the latest in a series of setbacks suffered by the division over the last few months. "Further measures" are under review. Read the article.

  • Super Puma crash due to a fractured gear

    The latest report from the Accident Investigation Board Norway (AIBN) is formal, it was the disintegration of a gear in the main gearbox which caused the Super Puma crash in Norway two months ago.

  • Airbus Helicopters to produce the H135 in China

    Within two years’ time, Airbus Helicopters will have a final assembly line in China; a strategic move because the Chinese civil helicopter market will literally take off.

  • H225 crash in Norway investigation: latest update

    Nearly a month after the Super Puma H225 crash in Norway, the investigation continues, and is now focused on technical factors of the helicopter, from design to production and maintenance.

  • The Super Puma family tree

    After the crash of a Super Puma H225 in Norway late April, we found it not easy to differentiate the various helicopters that make up the Airbus Helicopters' Super Puma family; Here’s the history.

  • Crash in Norway: Super Puma’s main rotor detached in flight

    The crash of an Airbus Helicopters’ H225 in Norway, has left 13 people dead. At present, it is unclear why the H225 Super Puma’s main rotor detached in flight. An investigation has been opened.

  • Civilian helicopters: heavy or light?

    There are nearly 80 different types of civil helicopters worldwide, but do you know which categories they belong to? In fact, everything depends on the maximum take-off weight. This is a short breakdown.

  • Airbus A380 attains break-even point

    Airbus Group announced at their annual conference, on 24 February, that fifteen years after its launch, the A380 programme break-even point had been attained in 2015.

  • H160 helicopter flight test programme moves up a notch

    A little more than seven months after the first flight of the Airbus Helicopters H160, a second prototype has just taken to the air. The flight test campaign for this new helicopter is now on target for its 2018 deadline.

  • Mexico, the new aeronautical Eldorado ?

    On the occasion of the Mexican President’s state visit to France, we take a closer look at Mexico’s aviation industry. Since 2000, there are more and more companies that are setting up shop there. More details follow.

  • Airbus Helicopters’ test H160’s elegant lines

    The Airbus Helicopters’ H160 flight test programme has begun. The first test helicopter has already carried out several flights and reached 240 km/h (150 mph). Two other aircraft will join the programme during the coming months.

  • Paris Air Show, innovations and contracts on the menu

    On the second day of the Paris Air Show, Airbus Helicopters announced the launch of a heavy transport helicopter, the X6, and practically all the aircraft manufacturers have picked up orders.

  • Airbus Helicopters’ Caracal takes the lead in Poland

    Poland has finally chosen the Airbus Helicopters’ Caracal (H225M) to equip its army with 50 multi-role helicopters. A contract of between two and three billion euros that will speed up the industrial presence of the European helicopter manufacturer in that country.


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