This aircraft was constructed in 2004 and spent its first seven years in France. It was operated by Azur Hélicoptère and Ixair before it was imported to Sweden, with roughly 1100 hours in total time. The helicopter came to the maintenance center in Karlskoga in mid-June 2011 (purchased by a private company in Stockholm. It was officially given the registration SE-JOC in July the same year.
The helicopter entered Copterflyg's fleet in the spring of 2012. It was used for various operations, including filming and air taxi. It was used in the recording of various high-profile films.
In June 2013, Copterflyg was acquired by Heliholding AB in Östersund. Copterflyg became a sister company to the sales company STORM Heliworks, and came to operate parts of STORM's services.
SE-JOC left Copterflyg in early 2014.rnrnThe helicopter was added to Stockholms Helikoptertjänst's fleet in October 2014. It was intended for filming and sling-load jobs in hostile environments. The helicopter became the seventh type in the company's fleet of eight helicopters.rnrnEventually, SE-JOC left Helikoptertjänst's fleet. It was sold to the company Celox Holding (Cyprus) Limited in March 2019.