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ITC delivers H135-T3H to European operator
One EMS-configured H135-T3H will be going to a European operator. For ITC, this not only marks an expansion of its footprint outside of Asia, but also furthers its goal of financing aircraft that save lives.
One EMS configured H135-T3H is on its way to Europe from Japan.

Tokyo, Japan-based ITC-AeroLeasing has successfully commenced the delivery and lease of one EMS-configured Airbus Helicopters H135-T3H to a European operator that provides special mission services worldwide.

“We are very pleased to serve this well-established European operator on its critical EMS missions. This delivery not only expands ITC's footprint in Europe, but also furthers one of our corporate goals, which is to finance aircraft that have the ability to save lives and make a positive contribution in the support of global infrastructure and community services,” says president and CEO Mirika Nakayama.

The H135 is well known for its reliability, versatility and low operating and maintenance costs in its class, and the use of H135s for such operations improves safety while minimising environmental impact.

“ITC has leased seven H135s to various North American and European operators over the past few years, and we continue to be committed to meeting the needs of our clients by financing the most appropriate aircraft,” adds Mirika.

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