Thanks to Francesco COLASANTO for this action image of the unique CG47G2A1 ( c/n 001 ) registered I-PNIK [ former Agusta-Bell AB47G2A1 ( c/n 1621 ) ] … performing maintenance flight for main rotor balancing & traking at Caiolo (SO), July 2019.
The Agusta-Bell AB412 I-MGPE operated by Elilario was flying on behalf of Regione Lombardia – Pubbliche Assistenze – USL 75-9 from Milano Ospedale Niguarda Helipad [pictured here on May 1987] … this helicopter was later leased to Swedish Armed Forces as 11339 and used for HEMS purposes, and, afterward, cancelled towards Spain as EC-GBE. Unfortunately crashed on date 14 November 2004 while operating HEMS for Helisureste, just after lift off in Seville area.
Thanks to Oscar BERNARDI for this unique action shot of the second AB204B owned by Elinord Servizi Aerotrasporti Milano and registered I-BPVV [the first one was I-FAIV] … while performing test fligths at Calcinate del Pesce (VA) during December 1987. This helicopter unfortunately crashed few years later [on date 30.11.1993] during aerial operations on behalf of Meteor near Chania (Grecee).
Quite some years ago when this Agusta-Bell AB206B Jet Ranger III registered I-KARS was flying on behalf of Italfly from Trento Mattarello Airport (TN) … November 1990.
Thanks to Frederic DEFENCE for this image of the Agusta-Bell AB412 I-GONI operated by FAASA (owned by Air Walser) … approaching Cannes Airport, November 2015.
Thanks to Bruno FAURE for this image of the unique Agusta-Bell AB47J3 F-GPJP [previously operated in Italy as I-MAMA and I-AMGG]… resting at Avignon Caumont Airport, March 2019.
Thanks to Silvano ZAMPIERI for this great shot of the Agusta-Bell AB412 VF-118 operated by Vigili del Fuoco (still wearing previous Corpo Forestale color scheme)… taking off from Venezia-Tessera Airport, March 2019.
Thanks to Piero ALBISINO for these historical images of the unique Agusta-Bell AB47G4A Elilombarda I-CRIT while resting at Cuneo Levaldigi, September 1984.
Thanks to Ricardo BREA for this unique image of the Agusta-Bell AB47G4A EC-DZE operated from the Real Aeroclub de Lugo … previously flying in Italy as I-CRIT. Lugo, July 2016.