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The new AW139s can reach speeds of 250km/h, fly for 1000 kilometres without needing to refuel, and can also land atop police headquarters on Spencer Street.


The ATSB has released the results of its two-year investigation into an AW139 that nearly crashed searching for a fishing vessel at night and in bushfire-affected conditions.


Fire Signs

by australianaviation.com.au February 11, 2020

This story comes from the June 2019 edition of Australian Aviation, when we sat down with Kestrel Aviation to discuss how the influence of climate change has grown year by year to produce what is one of the few true growth ‘industries” in the helicopter sector: fighting fires.


Toll Helicopters will use eye tracking technology in its AW-139 full flight simulator as part of a trial with Australian technology company Seeing Machines.

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