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Release date- 16122013 - Dalian Municipality has taken delivery of its second EC155 B1 for missions ranging from surveillance, rescue and anti-terrorism, to fire-fighting, troop airlift and the transportation of personnel.
This new EC155 B1 is well-equipped for its multi-role duties - outfitted with an electro-optical
'With its fleet of 2 EC155 B1, the
'We are delighted to have added one of the most advanced helicopters to our fleet, greatly enhancing our ability to serve the
The EC155 is a medium-weight, 5-metric-ton-class helicopter in
In addition to a spacious cabin accommodating seating for up to 13 passengers and two pilots, the EC155 can carry up to 2 metric tons of heavy equipment in the cargo configuration. The modern glass cockpit incorporates digital avionics and a four-axis autopilot, considerably reducing the pilots' workload and allowing them to concentrate on the more demanding aspects of each mission. Moreover, the helicopter's low vibration levels provide ideal conditions for the specialized mission equipment employed by police forces.
The EC155 is a reference helicopter for public service missions around the world, and is also gaining traction in
Specifically in the Chinese turbine helicopter market for law enforcement and homeland security,
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