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Good results for AS350 Maximum Pilot Visibility Kit

By Nordic Rotors on Apr 13, 2017

In March Stockholms Helikoptertjänst became the first operator in Scandinavia to install Swiss Rotor Solution’s Maximum Pilot View Kit on one of its helicopters. The kit, which is designed provide unrestricted pilot view in vertical-reference sling-load operations, was installed on the company’s AS 350 B3 at the main base in Stockholm, Sweden, by Swiss Rotor Solution’s own mobile team.

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First Swedish HKP 14F handed over

By Swedish Defence Materiel Administration on Jan 27, 2016

Today the Swedish Armed Forces Helicopter Wing took delivery of its very first medium-heavy HKP 14F naval helicopter. The aircraft, internationally known as the NH90, was handed over by the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) in a formal ceremony at the F17 Kallinge Air Force Base in Ronneby, southern Sweden.

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Helimeet 2015

By Jonathan Mårtensson on Sep 05, 2015

On 29 and 30 August 2015, the Aeroseum Aviation Museum hosting a unique helicopter event. The Helimeet 2015 gathering joined the Swedish rotary wing community in a two-day all-helicopter event at Säve Airport in Gothenburg.

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Heavy antenna replaced in Uppsala

By Wictor Pantzar on Aug 29, 2015

As the television antenna in Uppsala/Vedyxa was to be replaced the broadcast transmission service company Teracom brought in the heavy artillery. Namely Scandinavia’s most powerful fully dedicated sling-load helicopter – Obélix.

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Checking up on AUK - the Nordic quality brand

By Rickard Gillberg on Jul 06, 2015

AUK Protection - you have probably heard the name a few times by now. What is it then? We decided to hook up with co-founders Johan Baumann and Michael Elmeskog to check up on the company and their brand new range of premium-quality flight suits.

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Super Puma makes final landing at museum

By on Feb 25, 2015

Moments prior to 14:00 today one of the Swedish Armed Forces Helicopter Wing’s HKP 10 Super Pumas made its very last landing in military service when it touched down at Säve Airport in Gothenburg.

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Lighting fire by helicopter

By Niclas Börjeson on Feb 22, 2015

Helicopters are frequently used to fight fires, but they are also capable of lighting fires in a controlled manner. HeliAir Sweden has recently added fire lighting to its range of services.

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Flight training in the sun

By Nordic Rotors on Nov 10, 2014

Tired of the dull Scandinavian weather as winter is coming? Why not take a vacation and combine it with some flight training. Sloane Helicopters offers flight instruction and hour building in Mallorca, only 3-4 hours by plane from Scandinavia.

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A new Long Ranger for Fiskflyg

By on Jun 24, 2013

Meet “Viktor Johan”, Fiskflyg’s latest fleet member, and a retired police officer.

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A closer look at the legendary Bell 47

By Rickard Gillberg on Feb 11, 2013

The Bell 47 is probably one of the most legendary helicopter models ever made. It was the very first helicopter in the world to be certified for civilian operations and it was the very first helicopter model to reach Sweden. Now, 66 years after the first helicopter came here, Nordic Rotors got the opportunity to fly in one of these pioneers – a truly classic 1959 Bell 47G-2.

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