Airbus Helicopters has signed a contract with the Singapore Ministry of Defence for the acquisition of H225M - Medium Lift Helicopters.
8th Nov 2016
Singapore Ministry of Defence orders H225M helicopters
· Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) will operate the H225M for a widespectrum of operations.
· Singapore becomes the eighth nation to order the H225M after France, Brazil,Mexico, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Kuwait.
Marignane, 8 November 2016 – Airbus Helicopters has signed a contract with the Singapore
Ministry of Defence for the acquisition of H225M - Medium Lift Helicopters.
“We are greatly honoured that Singapore has selected the H225M as its next-generation
Medium Lift Helicopter” said Guillaume Faury, CEO of Airbus Helicopters. “The Super Puma
has served Singapore well for the last 30 years. The addition of the H225M to the RSAF fleet
will bring a step change in capabilities thanks to a proven, versatile and extremely modern
platform, that is able to cope with the most challenging missions”, he added.
Singapore’s fleet of H225M will be used for a wide spectrum of operations including Search
and Rescue (SAR), Aeromedical Evacuation (AME), and Humanitarian Assistance and
Disaster Relief (HADR) operations. A proven platform with exceptional payload, a worldclass
automatic flight control system and long endurance, the H225M has demonstrated its
versatility and performance even in the harshest operational environments.
The H225M is the latest evolution of the successful Super Puma / Cougar family of military
helicopters, with more than 500 units delivered worldwide. Singapore is the latest nation to
order the H225M, after France, Brazil, Mexico, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Kuwait.
About Airbus Helicopters (www.airbushelicopters.com)
Airbus Helicopters, a division of Airbus Group, provides the most efficient civil and military
helicopter solutions worldwide. Its in-service fleet includes nearly 12,000 helicopters
operated by more than 3,000 customers in 154 countries. Airbus Helicopters employs more
than 22,000 people worldwide and in 2015 generated revenues of 6.8 billion euros.