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Thanks to Oscar BERNARDI for this image of the AgustaWestland AW139 I-AWTQ operated from Leonardo Helicopers while performing training activity in Venegono (VA), July 2019. The helicopter was cancelled early August 2019 towards Spain as EC-NEP.

Thanks to Oscar BERNARDI for these first images of the latest delivered Babcock Mission Critical Services Italia‘s Leonardo AW139 I-RJAH … “Horus 3” operating on behalf of AREU 118 Regione Lombardia – Como. Villa Guardia (CO), August 2019.

HELI WALLPAPERS 
Leonardo Helicopters AW109SP GrandNew ( c/n 22397 ) I-ERPA
ITALIAN ROTORS  
Leonardo Helicopters AW109SP GrandNew ( c/n 22397 ) I-ERPA

Thanks to Oscar BERNARDI, Davide OLIVATI and Tiziano CAPENTI for these images of the factory new Leonardo Helicopters AW109SP GrandNew ( c/n 22397 ) I-ERPA … wearing this unique grey camo livery. The helicopter was delivered at the end of May and pictured in Verona Boscomantico and at Mugello Race Circuit Helipad during the recent MotoGP 2019 event.

HELI HISTORY
Agusta-Bell AB204B ( c/n 3061 ) I-BPVV [ex OE-EXP]

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).

WORLD ROTORS
Leonardo Helicopters AW139 ( c/n 31851 ) N139EX

Thanks to Luigi PISANO for this unique image of the factory new Leonardo Helicopters AW139 N139EX operated by Saudi Aramco, wearing new company color scheme. On delivery via Milan Malpensa, April 2019.

Thanks to Oscar BERNARDI for this image of the Leonardo Helicopters AW139 registered I-EASM [later N139EX] while performing pre-delivery flights in Venegono (VA), March 2019.

HELI HISTORY
Agusta A109K2 ( c/n 7340 ) I-DACE

Thanks to Oscar BERNARDI for this image of the “pre-serie” Agusta A109K2 ( c/n 7340 ) registered I-DACE … on display to the public during “MAV 1997” at Vergiate (VA), October 1997. This helicopter was originally built as A109AII, than converted to the A109K standards … and subsequently modified up to the A109K2 version.

PRESS RELEASE – Rome, 20 December 2018

Leonardo: Sakhalin Energy signs AW189 contract for modern long range helicopter transport supporting Oil&Gas industry in Russia.

• The contract includes the supply of three AW189s with deliveries expected to start in the 1Q2020

• The order confirms the competitiveness of Leonardo’s modern product range in the Oil&Gas market and further strengthens the success of the new generation AW189 in Russia and globally

• Over 60 AW189s in service worldwide, 11 in Russia, with more than 45,000 flight hours logged to date

Leonardo announced today the signing of a contract with Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd. (“Sakhalin Energy”) for the supply of three AW189 super medium twin engine commercial helicopters. The aircraft will be used to perform transport operations from Sakhalin Island in Russia supporting the Oil&Gas industry, with deliveries expected to start in the 1Q2020. The contract was signed in Moscow today by Gian Piero Cutillo, MD Leonardo Helicopters, and Roman Dashkov, CEO of Sakhalin Energy.

“This latest order confirms the competitiveness of Leonardo’s modern product range in the Oil&Gas market and further strengthens the success of the AW189 in Russia and globally thanks to its performance, new design, latest certification standards and cost effectiveness for the mission. We’re confident the AW189 will allow Sakhalin Energy to perform a quantum leap forward in operational capabilities”, said Gian Piero Cutillo, MD Leonardo Helicopters.

Roman Dashkov, CEO of Sakhalin Energy, said: “It is symbolic that we are finishing this year with such an important event as signing of the contracts for delivery and maintenance of three helicopters to provide the transportation of the company staff to the remote facilities of ‘Sakhalin Energy’. This chain of cooperation is beneficial to all the participants. The direct consequences of that are: safe air transportation, reliable service of offshore oil and gas objects in adverse natural and climatic conditions of Sakhalin shelf. This is the step forward both for Russian industry and for international cooperation.”