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Milestone to invest in half a dozen H160 helicopters
Milestone is already in discussion with operators to place the six H160s that it has on order into service as soon as they are available. CEO Pat Sheedy says the aircraft are capable of flying a wide range of missions.
The flexible H160.

Milestone Aviation has agreed to add six Airbus Helicopters H160s to its order book. The helicopters will be destined for a range of missions including offshore transportation and emergency medical services, the first of which is set to deliver in 2023.

“Today's announcement will see us enhance our order book to include the H160, which we believe will be an important player in the market in the years ahead. It is a versatile, multi-mission aircraft with the opportunity to be used in a number of scenarios, particularly serving EMS operations. It will be a valuable addition to our fleet, and we're already in discussion with operators to place the aircraft into service as soon as they are available,” comments Pat Sheedy, CEO of Milestone.

“We are proud that a longstanding customer such as Milestone is renewing its trust once again in Airbus helicopters. I am convinced that the level of innovation that the H160 brings to the market, whether it is passenger comfort, advanced pilot assistance or its competitiveness thanks to its increased fuel efficiency and simplified maintenance eco-system, combined with its inherent flexibility, will make it a valuable asset to their operations,” adds Bruno Even, Airbus Helicopters CEO.

With 68 patents, the H160 integrates Airbus Helicopters' latest technological innovations aimed at providing passengers with superior comfort thanks to the sound-reducing Blue Edge blades and good external visibility for both passengers and pilots.

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