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- 1. Almaty City Rescue Takes Delivery of Mi-8AMT Helicopter
Russian Helicopters has delivered a multirole Mi-8AMT helicopter to the Almaty City Rescue Service, Akimat Almaty, Kazakhstan. Almaty City Rescue Service's Mi-8AMT helicopter, built at Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant, was fitted with special equipment enabling it to carry out search and rescue operations and transport cargo as well as passengers.
- 2. South Korea's National 119 Rescue Headquarters Orders Two More Airbus H225 Helicopters
South Korea's National 119 Rescue Headquarters has ordered two additional Airbus H225 helicopters. The National 119 Rescue Headquarters currently operates an all-Airbus helicopter fleet comprising two AS365 N2 and two H225. This new order will bring the fleet of the country's primary provider of firefighting and rescue services to six helicopters by end 2019.
- 3. SAF Group Orders Six Airbus Helicopters
SAF Group, a French Alps-based civil operator, has ordered six new Airbus helicopters for emergency medical service (EMS) operations, mountain rescue, aerial work and passenger transport. The order includes three light single and three light twin helicopters to be operated in Metropolitan France and in the Reunion Island, where SAF has recently acquired Hélilagon. Delivery of the s
- 4. Tiger Airways launches $25 Langkawi - Singapore Rescue Fare
The Rescue Fare, as Tiger Airways is calling the promotional deal, only applies to those passengers affected by AirAsia's withdrawal from the Singapore to Langkawi route after 10 January 2010. Tiger's Rescue Fare is valid from 11 January 2010.. Tiger Airways launches $25 Langkawi - Singapore Rescue Fare
- 5. Swiss Air-Rescue Rega Orders Six Airbus H145 Helicopters
Swiss Air-Rescue Rega has signed a contract to purchase six new Airbus H145 rescue helicopters. The new helicopters will replace the current EC 145 lowland fleet and will already go into operation in 2018.
- 6. Oxford Airport Upgrades to Cat 5 Fire & Rescue Cover
Oxford Airport Upgrades to Cat 5 Fire & Rescue Cover. Oxford Airport has been approved to provide rescue and fire (RFFS) services for Cat 5 aircraft for the first time.
- 7. Cobham Wins Australian Maritime Safety Authority Contract
Cobham has secured an Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) contract to provide airborne search and rescue capability in Australia for 12 years from 2016, with aircraft modification and mobilisation activity to commence later this year. AMSA utilises aircraft based in strategic locations across Australia to perform search and rescue tasks such as searching for missing people,
- 8. Animal Rescue Thailand: An Educational Visit or Working Holiday in Hua Hin
Animal Rescue Thailand: An Educational Visit or Working Holiday in Hua Hin. Just a few days after a two-month old Tiger cub was found sedated in the luggage of a Thai woman departing from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport, the welfare, exploitation and wellbeing of animals is again in the international spotlight.
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