was constructed by Hughes back in August 1979, and brought to Sweden the same year by SAAB-Scania AB in Linköping. The helicopter has been flying in Sweden ever since, in companies like K Sörling Helicopter and Nord-Flyg. In 1999 the helicopter was purchased by Anders Westerdal Fastighetsbyrå AB in Johanneshov, based at Bromma Airport. The aircraft later came to be operated by the helicopter flight school Eastair Helicopter Academy from time to time.SE-HKF
was lost in a non-fatal accident in Sørøya, Vestfinnmark (Norway), in September of 2009. The helicopter struck a power line.
The wreckage was sold to Norway in March of 2011.