Air International 2020-05
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Focus: UAV, Rotary, Business, Technology
Six more production Sikorsky VH-92A Presidential Helicopters have been ordered under a Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) Lot II contract.
The Sikorsky HH-60W will be known as the Jolly Green Giant II in US Air Force service.
The latest Aerial Firefighting North America conference at McClellan Field in Sacramento, California, saw the Coulson-Unical Air joint venture debut its CH-47 Chinook N40CU. It is the only heavy helicopter delivery system that can carry an internal 3,000 US gal (11,336 litres) load for firefighting. Modified from CH-47D 89-0169, the aircraft features a RADS-L touchscreen tank control system with onboard diagnostics, a GPS speed and radar altimeter and night-vision goggle-compatible synthetic vision technology. A retractable snorkel also increases safety and ease of ground operations.
The interior of the first Airbus ACJ320neo recently delivered to Acropolis Aviation at Farnborough, Hampshire, following the type's outfitting by AMAC Aerospace.
L3Harris Technologies will supply the radomes for all of the MQ-9Bs.
Tamarack Aerospace, producer of the ATLAS active winglets, has emerged from bankruptcy protection.
DLR's new Falcon 2000LX In-flight Systems and Technology Airborne Research aircraft.
US approval for Citiking to acquire ONE Aviation brings the Eclipse 550 a step closer to re-entering production.
UMS Skeldar has stated its newly launched V-150 will complement its more larger V-200 stablemate.
Bristow has evaluated the Schiebel Camcopter S-100's suitability for search and rescue work in the UK.
The PHASA-35 on its initial flight from Woomera located in South Australia.
The EHang 216 has been cleared to be tested in Norway.