Aerospatiale SA365C1 Dauphin ( c/n 5008 ) Aeroveneta / Croce Bianca Elisoccorso I-CMBR … “Pelikan 1” operating on behalf of EMS Alto Adige, resting at Bolzano Airport, November 1990. This helicopter was written off due to an accident few years later (07.01.1996) while attempting to take off from Bolzano Hospital – See ASN Accident Report Page
Aerospatiale SA365C1 Dauphin Società Aerea Piemontese I-CMBR … September 1992.
Thanks to Cristian MAGRO for this image of the Aerospatiale AS350B2 Ecureuil Eliabruzzo I-ELBR … wearing a brand new paintjob. Trento Mattarello, October 2017.
Thanks to Stefano CULATTI for this image from the past … Aerospatiale AS350B2 Ecureuil Eliabruzzo I-ELBR, taking off from Imola F1 Race Circuit, May 2004.
The Aerospatiale AS350B2 Ecureuil ( c/n 2456 ) was registered in Italy the 8th of August 1991 as I-SILL, originally operated by Elystem, and flew for 21 years with this registration, until cancelled towards Malta as 9H-PTM in August 2012.
This beautiful SNCA Sud-Est SE313B Alouette II ( c/n 1242 ) I-BLIM was originally built in France during the year 1957 and subsequently imported in Italy during May 1999. On date 8 November 2017 was cancelled again towards France … hopefully we will see this helicopter in air again soon.
Thanks to Matteo and Walter VIANA for this unique image of the Helops Aerospatiale SA315B Lama I-NERY … at Monte Creya [3015 mtrs], Cogne (AO), July 2004.
Thanks to Mauro ZANIBONI for this image of the Aerospatiale SA315B Lama Elieuro I-LAZZ and S.W.S. I-DENY … operating AIB on behalf of Regione Liguria at Torriglia (GE), January 2007.
Aerospatiale AS355F1 Ecureuil 2 ( c/n 5271 ) Eli Liguria I-LIEM … resting at Pisa Airport, February 1990. This helicopter was operated in Italy from mid 1989 till late 1995 and subsequently registered as 3A-MEC and operated by Heli Air Monaco.
On date 6th October 2017 both ex Icarus Elicotteri Ecureuils I-NDIO and I-BLUX were cancelled from the Italian Register and exported to Germany. Looking forward to see these two well known Italian Ecureuils again in the air soon …