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Thales Europavia JV wins Spanish Army helicopter contract

Thales Europavia JV wins Spanish Army helicopter contract

Spanish Army has awarded the joint venture Thales Programas and Europavia a contract for the maintenance of the communications and electronics systems of the helicopters until 2019. The service has a budget of 1.5 million euros and contemplates the possibility of an extension of the contract until 2020. The service awarded to the joint venture… Read more »

Source: Thales, 02-May-17

Spanish Army receives first two NH90

Spanish Army receives first two NH90

Madrid, Today, the Directorate General of Armament and Equipment (DGAM) completed the transfer of the first two NH90 tactical transport helicopters from the Airbus Helicopters plant in Albacete to the Spanish Army. The handover was made at the Coronel Maté Air Base in Colmenar Viejo, the headquarter of the Spanish Army Airmobile Force (FAMET) and… Read more »

Source: Airbus Helicopters, 16-Sep-16

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10-Sep-15 HU.27-02 Airbus AS532UL Requena, Spain

Training flight.  Helicopter ended up on its side with main blades and tail boom ripped off.  Three POB all safe with minimal injuries.

10-Sep-15

Indra to supply EC135 simulator to Spanish Army in €14.4m contract

Indra to supply EC135 simulator to Spanish Army in €14.4m contract

The Arms and Materials General Board (DGAM) for the Spanish Ministry of Defense has chosen Indra to provide an integrated training system for the EC135 helicopter; this project will be worth €14.4m. This system is comprised of the following: level D mission simulator, which reproduces aircraft flight behavior accurately; simulation support systems; and a computer-assisted… Read more »

Source: Indra, 13-Feb-15

Spanish Army likely to buy nine EC135s from local Albacete factory

The contract amounting to approximately EUR 85 million and cover the delivery of the first five EC135 this year and the remaining four in 2011. It will also include an option to extend the order until a total of thirteen units.

Source: Europa Press, 22-Apr-10