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Air Traffic Control Simulator Included in Contract

Among other features, the H145 LUH SAR (Light Utility Helicopter SAR) helicopters are equipped with high-performance cameras, searchlights, emergency beacon locator systems, a full suite of medical equipment, rescue winches and load hooks that can be used for fire-extinguishing tanks for example. (Photo: Airbus Helicopters)

Also responsible for SAR in the event of aircraft accidents on German territory

First French Air Force A330 Phénix MRTT in flight (Photo: Airbus)

France orders more Airbus A330 MRTT tankers

New and Innovative Long-Range Capability

Improved Reliability and Life-Cycle Costs

Delivering Capability “At the Speed of Relevance”

Germany still considering the F-35?

Airbus’ presence at EXPONAVAL 2018 embraces both its Helicopters and its Defence and Space divisions. Jerome Ronssin, General Manager for Airbus Helicopters Chile, at the company's stand at EXPONAVAL 2018. (Photo: Luis Vásquez)

Company Offering H125 as Solution for Chilean Navy Requirement

412 Bell UH-1H to be upgraded with glass cockpits and Garmin 650 GPS systems

Airbus and Lockheed Martin signed an agreement to jointly explore opportunities to meet the growing demand for aerial refuelling (AAR) for US defence customers. 

Aerial refuelling Memorandum of Agreement

10 Aircraft and Related Equipment & Support for $1 Billion

Volga-Dnepr outlines plans for large-scale Antonov AN-124 Modernisation

December will see two more helos delivered

Aircraft On Schedule for FOC in Late 2019

The shape of the X-59 QueSST has been carefully designed to provide for shaping the airflow at transonic speeds to decrease the loudness of the ‘sonic boom’ associated with supersonic speeds. (Photo: NASA)

X-59 Testbed Will Fly in 2021

The Japan Air Self-Defence Force already has the AIM-120 AMRAAM in service and will deploy it on a range of aircraft, including the F-35A, the first Japanese example of which is seen here arriving at Luke AFB, AZ. (Photo: USAF)

32 Missiles Requested at Estimated Cost $63 Million

Australian Defence Minister Christopher Pyne announced Friday that General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. (GA-ASI) has been selected as the winner of its competition to supply a medium altitude long endurance (MALE) remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) to the Australian Defence Force General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA ASI), one of the world’s leading manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), has been advised that, following consideration by the Australian Government, it has been selected to provide the Armed Remotely Piloted Aircraft System under Project Air 7003 for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).

GA-ASI selected to provide RPAS to Australian DefenceForce

StandardAero will provide depot level repair and overhaul for the CFM56-7 engines used on the P-8A. (Photo: CFM International)

Contract Supports US, Australia and other FMS Customers

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