utility helicopter


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utility helicopter

A multipurpose helicopter capable of lifting troops but may be used in a command and control, logistics, casualty evacuation, or armed helicopter role.
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Bengaluru (Karnataka), [India], Dec 10 ( ANI ): Hindustan Aeronautics Limited-developed Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) has achieved an important milestone of flying at 6 km altitude.
The US Marine Corps' newest utility helicopter, the Bell UH-1Y (Yankee) Huey, fired weapons for the first time during a test flight at the Army's Fort A.P.
Flying the UK-1N "Huey" and AK-1W Super Cobra, provides combat utility helicopter support, attack helicopter fire support and fire support coordination during amphibious and subsequent ashore operations.
Waypoint Leasing (Ireland) Limited, the largest independent global helicopter leasing company, has announced in partnership with Leonardo Company the launch of a comprehensive maintenance and training services offering in support of Waypoint's Medium Utility Helicopter ("MUH") reconfiguration program, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 2, 2018-Waypoint Leasing, Leonardo offer new utility helicopter reconfiguration program
EADS North America, a US-based holding company of EADS, an aerospace and defence company, has announced the delivery of its 200th UH-72A Lakota Light Utility Helicopter (LUH).
A case in point is a light utility helicopter that the Army is buying as a "commercial off-the-shelf" item, rather than as a customized military aircraft.
Waypoint Leasing (Ireland) Limited ("Waypoint"), in technical partnership with Eagle, a leading global helicopter solutions provider, has established an aircraft reconfiguration program, the Waypoint Medium Utility Helicopter ("MUH") for legacy AW139 variants for use in support of a range of utility mission areas, including: firefighting, light EMS/SAR, mining, powerline support, and general aerial work and transportation services, the company said.
"The K-MAX[R] has proven itself worldwide as a very reliable, low-maintenance helicopter with high availability rates, attributes that will help meet China's growing demand for a responsive, heavy-lift, utility helicopter" said Simon Lau, director of Sales for Lectern.
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