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Six civilian-standard helicopters are being taken into service by the Marine Nationale in advance of the first deliveries of militarized H160Ms.
The latest Global to go to the U.S. Air Force, a 6000 modified for the BACN program, marks the first delivery under a June 2021 contract.
The order for 27 Airbus H125 helicopters will be used by the Brazilian air force and navy flight training programs.
The high-altitude, long-endurance uncrewed aircraft will operate on maritime surveillance duties alongside crewed P-8A Poseidons.
The FAA STCs clear the path for the Boeing-Leonardo MH-139A helicopter's operational testing.
Bombardier CEO Martel estimated that its defense unit could possibly become a $1 billion business.
If all the planned 96 AH-64Es are purchased it will make the Polish army the second biggest Apache operator after the U.S. Army.
Stevens Aerospace has completed its first G1000 NXi avionics installation under a U.S. Army C-12U/B200C King Air contract.
Military certification of fire-fighting equipment will add another capability to the multi-role medium airlifter.
With the arrival of the first Typhoons, the QEAF now has three modern front-line fighters in service, having already inducted the F-15QA Eagle and Rafale.