Thanks to Eric TOTH for this great image of the unique Agusta-McDonnel Douglas AMD520N Notar F-HCJL [earlier registered in Italy as I-AGMP] … pictured near Pau, May 2017.
Here a very nice image of Agusta A109AII 9H-GFF resting at Eurotech Facility in Caiolo (SO), May 2017 … this 1987’s A109AII was previously operated as EC-LQG and, earlier in Italy, as I-SEIA.
Agusta A109K2 Helitalia I-HBHB … operating on behalf of SAMU 26-07. Valence Hospital, February 1998.
During the last few days four new “historical” helicopters were displayed at Volandia.
After the departure from the Museum of the crashed relic of a Siai-Marchetti SM79, on display in a desertic environment, four new helicopters appeared (in the same environment). The first sight is not very nice, since they are in very poor conditions and also surrounded by relics.
Anyway we are now able to see one of the very few built Agusta-Bell AB102 (five in total) … serial number 001 (first prototype)
the only built Elicotteri Meridionali Agusta EMA 124 I-EMAF …
the prototype of the unique Agusta A115 I-AGUC …
… and the prototype of the unique Agusta A105 (two seats version).
Very sad day today … one Agusta A109AII registered N109W had a fatal crash north of Varese, while en route from Lugano (TI) to Caiolo (SO). More details will follow once available from online resources.
See also the below reported links from VareseNews and IlGiorno, two local web news sources:
Agusta A109E Power Elifriulia I-HSAR … operating on behalf of Polizia Municipale Roma from Roma Urbe, August 2006.
Agusta A109E Power Elitaliana I-HELO “Pegaso 50” … operating on behalf of HEMS 118 Regione Calabria – Cosenza. Eliporto Ospedale Civile di Castrovillari (CS), June 2016.
Agusta A109AII I-KELE ... new color scheme for this A109Aii, realized by Babylo. Caiolo (SO), May 2016.
Agusta A109AII I-KELE ... reflecting her previous colors. Milano Malpensa, March 2008.
Pics from the past … I-GATE Vip-Air Agusta A109AII pictured in Modena during November 1984. This helicopter was originally registered in Italy during June 1983 and cancelled, on export to Swiss, in July 2007, after 24 years.
After more than 30 years, registered in August 1982, I-DACD left the Italian Helicopter Register for the Albanian one … and now wears ZA-KEI markings. Here some current and past pics …