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Lao Skyway received its first Airbus H125 helicopter, becoming the first of its kind to fly in the Laotian skies. Lao Skyway acquired two Airbus H125 helicopters in August 2016, for civil and parapublic missions, including domestic charter flights and search-and-locate missions. The second H125 is expected to be delivered in May 2017. “We are… Read more »
Airbus Helicopters, 20-Feb-17
MD Helicopters, Inc. (MDHI) welcomes Kuala Lumpur-based Sapura Aero as an authorized representative serving the South East Asian countries (ASEAN) of Malaysia, Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. As an authorized independent sales representative within the ASEAN region, Sapura Aero will offer the full range of MDHI’s commercial helicopter… Read more »
MD Helicopters, 25-Apr-16
An operator in the Asian country of Laos (not The Lao People’s Liberation Army Air Force as previously reported) has recently acquired two new H155s from Airbus Helicopters. Seen recently at Vientiane Airport in the photo below, the pair arrived in the far east country of Laos on 11th October. It would appear they are… Read more »
Weather played a significant part in this accident, and helicopter wreckage was found on the slopes of a mountain. Helicopter had made three attempts to take off from the capital Vientiane due to the weather.
Helicopters NZ stood to lose a US$45 million (NZ$60m) contract, after it lost New Zealand CAA approval just before Christmas to operate a contract retrieving the remains of American servicemen missing in Laos and Cambodia.
Nelson Mail, 11-Jan-11
helicopters NZ stands to lose a US$45M contract, after losing New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approval to carry out a special contract in Asia.Â HNZ has lost the approval needed to operate the contract retrieving the remains of American servicemen missing in Laos and Cambodia.