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  • H160: The new Airbus Helicopters gem

    On 3rd March, during the Heli-Expo in Orlando, USA, and having kept it under wraps for the last four years, Airbus Helicopters unveiled their H160. A six metric ton helicopter that marks a technological breakthrough.

  • Record year for Airbus Group despite A400M difficulties

    At the annual conference of the results of the Airbus group on February 26th in Munich, everyone was waiting for the latest A400M news. Although the new delivery schedule is still under discussion with the manufacturer’s customers, the group nonetheless announced a doubling of production in 2015.

  • 2014 Retrospective in two minutes flat

    As is customary each year end, it’s time to take stock ! In the aviation world, 2014 was marked by both good and bad news. Here’s an accelerated flashback in two minutes flat…

  • French army releases its HAD Tigers in Central African Republic

    This is the French Army’s new weapon, the Tiger Support and Destruction Helicopter (HAD Tiger). Since its approval on 21st November by the Directorate General of Armaments (DGA), two of these aircraft have been in the Central African Republic as part of the Sangaris peacekeeping operation.

  • Airbus Helicopters: German special forces EC645 T2

    The flight lasted only seven minutes but was enough to show the EC645 T2’s potential to the launch customer. On November 27th, 200 metres (600 ft.) above the Airbus Helicopters Donauworth site, 100 kilometres (60 miles) north west of Munich in Germany, the aircraft carried out its first demonstration flight; a hands-on operation to test the manoeuvrability of the new light military helicopter that will equip the a year from now.

  • Airbus Helicopters ensures its future in China

    On the occasion of the state visit to France of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Airbus Helicopters has signed an agreement with Avicopter, the helicopter division of the Chinese Avic Group. The result is a joint industrial co-operation for the production of 1,000 EC-175's.


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