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Norwegian Police pick TrakkaBeam searchlight for AW169

Norwegian Police pick TrakkaBeam searchlight for AW169

Trakka Systems is proud to announce that Leonardo Helicopters has selected the new TrakkaBeam TLX high-intensity, high power searchlight for the AW169 helicopters chosen by the Norwegian Police Directorate as their new law enforcement helicopter type following the recent tender for their helicopter service modernisation programme. The contract will include three aircraft, with an option… Read more »

Source: Trakka Systems, 06-Oct-17

Norway set to place first police order for AW169

Norway set to place first police order for AW169

The Norwegian Police Directorate has chosen Leonardo Helicopters as the supplier of the country’s new police helicopters. The AW169 has been selected for the role, and it will contribute to the modernization of today’s helicopter operations.   The Police Directorate state that it is pleased with the new agreement. With a new central air station at Taraldrud, the new… Read more »

Source: Nordic Rotors, 13-Jul-17

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Enterprise Control Systems secures Norwegian Handyview contract

Enterprise Control Systems secures Norwegian Handyview contract

Enterprise Control Systems Ltd (ECS) has recently secured a major contract to supply a substantial number of Handyview hand-held, COFDM receivers to the Norwegian Police Air Support Unit. ECS has supplied the Norwegian Police with a digital video capability for their aircraft since 2004 and this contract will further enhance their existing system in delivering… Read more »

Source: ECS, 05-Jan-14

Norwegian Police lease second EC135

Norwegian Police lease second EC135

Up to now, Norway has had a single police helicopter – a1 Eurocopter EC135T2 based at Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (ENGM) and operated by Pegasus Helicopter.  They have operated it since April 2004.  A second helicopter was promised and funded after last July’s terrorist attacks, and back in January, we reported that there was a delay in… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 23-May-12