362 results found
Registration / Serial:CN-AON
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed L-100 Hercules
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed C-130 Hercules (L-082/182/282/382)
Aircraft Version:Lockheed C-130H Hercules
C/n (msn):382-4876
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Bern - Belp (LSZB / BRN)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 October 2014
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:457392Submit Correction
View count: 90
Between May 1974 and August 1981, seventeen standard C-130H's were delivered to the Air Force of Morocco, three of which have since been lost in accidents. In addition, two KC-130H tankers joined the fleet in late 1981. Most moroccan Hercules have initially carried the c/n as serial, before getting civilian registrations in the CNA-O.. range, which were later slightly changed to CN-AO.. The airframe seen here taking off in beautiful atumn light had picked up civil servants who conducted emergency response training in Switzerland. It was previously CNA-ON, but never carried the c/n 4876.
Registration / Serial:CN-AON
Aircraft Version:Lockheed C-130H Hercules
C/n (msn):382-4876
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Bern - Belp (LSZB / BRN)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 October 2014
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:CN-AON
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed L-100 Hercules
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed C-130 Hercules (L-082/182/282/382)
Aircraft Version:Lockheed C-130H Hercules
C/n (msn):382-4876
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Bern - Belp (LSZB / BRN)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 October 2014
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:457392Submit Correction
View count: 90
Between May 1974 and August 1981, seventeen standard C-130H's were delivered to the Air Force of Morocco, three of which have since been lost in accidents. In addition, two KC-130H tankers joined the fleet in late 1981. Most moroccan Hercules have initially carried the c/n as serial, before getting civilian registrations in the CNA-O.. range, which were later slightly changed to CN-AO.. The airframe seen here taking off in beautiful atumn light had picked up civil servants who conducted emergency response training in Switzerland. It was previously CNA-ON, but never carried the c/n 4876.
Registration / Serial:CN-AON
Aircraft Version:Lockheed C-130H Hercules
C/n (msn):382-4876
Operator / Titles:Morocco - Air Force
City / Airport:Bern - Belp (LSZB / BRN)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 October 2014
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:D-HDSN
Aircraft Original Type:MBB-Kawasaki BK-117
Aircraft Generic Type:Airbus Helicopters-Kawasaki BK-117/EC-145/H-145
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters EC-145T-2
C/n (msn):20186
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
Aircraft Name:Christoph 11
City / Heliport:Villingen-Schwenningen - Schwarzwald-Baar-Klinikum HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:457360Submit Correction
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This 2017 built EC145 still has the 4-bladed Main Rotor but will eventually be retrofitted with a new 5-Blade system. It is only temporary based at this heliport located to the new Schwarzwald-Baar medical clinic, covering for D-HDST. The clinic and the heliport were both built new in 2013 and are located at an altitude of 2419 ft / 750m, making it the highest rescue helicopter base in Germany.
Registration / Serial:D-HDSN
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters EC-145T-2
C/n (msn):20186
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
City / Heliport:Villingen-Schwenningen - Schwarzwald-Baar-Klinikum HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:D-HDSN
Aircraft Original Type:MBB-Kawasaki BK-117
Aircraft Generic Type:Airbus Helicopters-Kawasaki BK-117/EC-145/H-145
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters EC-145T-2
C/n (msn):20186
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
Aircraft Name:Christoph 11
City / Heliport:Villingen-Schwenningen - Schwarzwald-Baar-Klinikum HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:457360Submit Correction
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This 2017 built EC145 still has the 4-bladed Main Rotor but will eventually be retrofitted with a new 5-Blade system. It is only temporary based at this heliport located to the new Schwarzwald-Baar medical clinic, covering for D-HDST. The clinic and the heliport were both built new in 2013 and are located at an altitude of 2419 ft / 750m, making it the highest rescue helicopter base in Germany.
Registration / Serial:D-HDSN
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters EC-145T-2
C/n (msn):20186
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
City / Heliport:Villingen-Schwenningen - Schwarzwald-Baar-Klinikum HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:D-HRTA
Aircraft Original Type:Eurocopter EC-135
Aircraft Generic Type:Airbus Helicopters EC-135/H-135
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters H-135 (EC-135T3)
C/n (msn):2017
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
Aircraft Name:Christoph 45
City / Heliport:Friedrichshafen - Klinikum Friedrichshafen HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:457352Submit Correction
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The DRF base located just next to the medical clinic in Friedrichshafen is a so called RTH (Rettungshubschrauber) base and operates an EC135/H135. The heli is on daily stand-by between 7am and sunset. Even though no night flying nor rescue hoisting is done from this base, this H135 is still called to assist in more than 1000 medical emergencies anually. D-HRTA was built in 2017, carrying the appropriate c/n 2017.
Registration / Serial:D-HRTA
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters H-135 (EC-135T3)
C/n (msn):2017
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
City / Heliport:Friedrichshafen - Klinikum Friedrichshafen HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:D-HRTA
Aircraft Original Type:Eurocopter EC-135
Aircraft Generic Type:Airbus Helicopters EC-135/H-135
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters H-135 (EC-135T3)
C/n (msn):2017
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
Aircraft Name:Christoph 45
City / Heliport:Friedrichshafen - Klinikum Friedrichshafen HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:457352Submit Correction
View count: 40
The DRF base located just next to the medical clinic in Friedrichshafen is a so called RTH (Rettungshubschrauber) base and operates an EC135/H135. The heli is on daily stand-by between 7am and sunset. Even though no night flying nor rescue hoisting is done from this base, this H135 is still called to assist in more than 1000 medical emergencies anually. D-HRTA was built in 2017, carrying the appropriate c/n 2017.
Registration / Serial:D-HRTA
Aircraft Version:Airbus Helicopters H-135 (EC-135T3)
C/n (msn):2017
Operator / Titles:DRF Luftrettung - German Air Rescue
City / Heliport:Friedrichshafen - Klinikum Friedrichshafen HeliportMap
Country:Germany
Photo Date:29 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:8302
Alternate Serial:05-0002
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Version:Boeing F-15SG Strike Eagle
C/n (msn):1417/SG2
Operator / Titles:Singapore - Air Force
Unit Markings:149 sqn
City / Airport:Nakhon Ratchasima - Khorat (VTUN)Map
Country:Thailand
Event:Cope Tiger 2012
Photo Date:21 March 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:455059Submit Correction
View count: 105
Under a Foreign Military Sales FMS program named "Peace Carvin V", Singapore ordered 12 F-15 Strike Eagle in 2005 and then again 12 in 2007. As from June 2010, most of those 24 airframes were delivered to 149 Squadron "Steadfast" based at Paya Lebar. However, at least three F-15SG's remained in the US and were assigned to the 366FW / 428FS based at Mountain Home AFB in Idaho, tasked with training the Republic of Singapore AF Strike Eagle crews. 8302 carried US FY 05-0002 and shows off it's big air brake during Cope Tiger 2012, the first international exercise the F-15SG's were sent to.
Registration / Serial:8302
Alternate Serial:05-0002
Aircraft Version:Boeing F-15SG Strike Eagle
C/n (msn):1417/SG2
Operator / Titles:Singapore - Air Force
City / Airport:Nakhon Ratchasima - Khorat (VTUN)Map
Country:Thailand
Photo Date:21 March 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:8302
Alternate Serial:05-0002
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Version:Boeing F-15SG Strike Eagle
C/n (msn):1417/SG2
Operator / Titles:Singapore - Air Force
Unit Markings:149 sqn
City / Airport:Nakhon Ratchasima - Khorat (VTUN)Map
Country:Thailand
Event:Cope Tiger 2012
Photo Date:21 March 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:455059Submit Correction
View count: 105
Under a Foreign Military Sales FMS program named "Peace Carvin V", Singapore ordered 12 F-15 Strike Eagle in 2005 and then again 12 in 2007. As from June 2010, most of those 24 airframes were delivered to 149 Squadron "Steadfast" based at Paya Lebar. However, at least three F-15SG's remained in the US and were assigned to the 366FW / 428FS based at Mountain Home AFB in Idaho, tasked with training the Republic of Singapore AF Strike Eagle crews. 8302 carried US FY 05-0002 and shows off it's big air brake during Cope Tiger 2012, the first international exercise the F-15SG's were sent to.
Registration / Serial:8302
Alternate Serial:05-0002
Aircraft Version:Boeing F-15SG Strike Eagle
C/n (msn):1417/SG2
Operator / Titles:Singapore - Air Force
City / Airport:Nakhon Ratchasima - Khorat (VTUN)Map
Country:Thailand
Photo Date:21 March 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:A-2302
Aircraft Original Type:CASA/IPTN CN-235
Aircraft Generic Type:CASA/IPTN CN-235
Aircraft Version:CASA/IPTN CN-235M-110
C/n (msn):N-017
Operator / Titles:Indonesia - Air Force
Unit Markings:Skadron Udara 2
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:4 October 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452739Submit Correction
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With less than 300 units built by CASA (now Airbus Military) and Nurtanio/IPTN since 1986, the CN-235 is not the most successful aircraft, but nevertheless a rather interesting one, as it is operated in small numbers by many Air Arms around the world. The Indonesian AF has so far aquired twelve CN-235's, with A-2302 being the 2nd one (built in 1992). In June 2019, this airframe has been transferred to the newly established Skadron Udara 27 and based on the island of Biak (Papua province). It has since also received the typical glossy three tone camo livery know from the TNI-AU's C-130 fleet.
Registration / Serial:A-2302
Aircraft Version:CASA/IPTN CN-235M-110
C/n (msn):N-017
Operator / Titles:Indonesia - Air Force
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:4 October 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:A-2302
Aircraft Original Type:CASA/IPTN CN-235
Aircraft Generic Type:CASA/IPTN CN-235
Aircraft Version:CASA/IPTN CN-235M-110
C/n (msn):N-017
Operator / Titles:Indonesia - Air Force
Unit Markings:Skadron Udara 2
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:4 October 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452739Submit Correction
View count: 132
With less than 300 units built by CASA (now Airbus Military) and Nurtanio/IPTN since 1986, the CN-235 is not the most successful aircraft, but nevertheless a rather interesting one, as it is operated in small numbers by many Air Arms around the world. The Indonesian AF has so far aquired twelve CN-235's, with A-2302 being the 2nd one (built in 1992). In June 2019, this airframe has been transferred to the newly established Skadron Udara 27 and based on the island of Biak (Papua province). It has since also received the typical glossy three tone camo livery know from the TNI-AU's C-130 fleet.
Registration / Serial:A-2302
Aircraft Version:CASA/IPTN CN-235M-110
C/n (msn):N-017
Operator / Titles:Indonesia - Air Force
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:4 October 2012
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:4X-EKL
Fleet number:809
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-8/800 (BBJ2)
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-85P
C/n (msn):35487 / 2941
Operator / Titles:El Al Israel Airlines
Aircraft Name:Nahalal / נהלל
City / Airport:Zürich (LSZH / ZRH)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:22 January 2016
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452734Submit Correction
View count: 41
Since the introduction of Jet Airliners in the late 1950's, EL AL (founded in 1949) has almost entirely operated Boeing aircraft. Gone are they days of variety, and today the airline only operates B737-800/-900 on the short and medium flights plus B777-200 and B787 Dreamliners on longhaul routes. 4X-EKL was manufactured in June of 2009 and is one of 16 B737-800 on strength at the time of upload.
Registration / Serial:4X-EKL
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-85P
C/n (msn):35487 / 2941
Operator / Titles:El Al Israel Airlines
City / Airport:Zürich (LSZH / ZRH)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:22 January 2016
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:4X-EKL
Fleet number:809
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-8/800 (BBJ2)
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-85P
C/n (msn):35487 / 2941
Operator / Titles:El Al Israel Airlines
Aircraft Name:Nahalal / נהלל
City / Airport:Zürich (LSZH / ZRH)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:22 January 2016
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452734Submit Correction
View count: 41
Since the introduction of Jet Airliners in the late 1950's, EL AL (founded in 1949) has almost entirely operated Boeing aircraft. Gone are they days of variety, and today the airline only operates B737-800/-900 on the short and medium flights plus B777-200 and B787 Dreamliners on longhaul routes. 4X-EKL was manufactured in June of 2009 and is one of 16 B737-800 on strength at the time of upload.
Registration / Serial:4X-EKL
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-85P
C/n (msn):35487 / 2941
Operator / Titles:El Al Israel Airlines
City / Airport:Zürich (LSZH / ZRH)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:22 January 2016
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:I-HBEP
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-350 Ecureuil
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter AS-350/550 Ecureuil/AStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3302
Operator / Titles:Heli Mont Blanc
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452723Submit Correction
View count: 67
Manufactured in 2000, this helicopter has always been registered I-HBEP and first belonged to italian operator Helica, before it joined the small fleet of Heli Mont Blanc in 2019. Based at Aosta airport, Heli Mont Blanc offers aerial work to the local community, plus taxi and scenic flights for tourists. It also operates a Robinson R44 for basic and advanced training.
Registration / Serial:I-HBEP
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3302
Operator / Titles:Heli Mont Blanc
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:I-HBEP
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-350 Ecureuil
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter AS-350/550 Ecureuil/AStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3302
Operator / Titles:Heli Mont Blanc
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452723Submit Correction
View count: 67
Manufactured in 2000, this helicopter has always been registered I-HBEP and first belonged to italian operator Helica, before it joined the small fleet of Heli Mont Blanc in 2019. Based at Aosta airport, Heli Mont Blanc offers aerial work to the local community, plus taxi and scenic flights for tourists. It also operates a Robinson R44 for basic and advanced training.
Registration / Serial:I-HBEP
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3302
Operator / Titles:Heli Mont Blanc
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:N308TC
Aircraft Original Type:AgustaWestland AW-169
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-169
Aircraft Version:Leonardo AW- 169
C/n (msn):69085
Operator / Titles:STAR Flight - Shock Trauma Air Rescue
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Event:HAI Heli-Expo 2020
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452706Submit Correction
View count: 71
In 1985, STAR Flight (commonly known as Travis County STAR Flight) began operating as a joint venture program of Travis County, the City of Austin and the Brackenridge Hospital. Having started simple with a Bell 206 Jet Ranger and later a Bell 206L3 Long Ranger, it received larger and more complex Bell 412EP's as from 1990. Those were eventually replaced by EC135 and EC145 helicopters and in 2019, Travis County STAR Flight became the first ambulance service AW169 opertor in the US, introducing three units (N307TC, N308TC and N309TC).
Registration / Serial:N308TC
Aircraft Version:Leonardo AW- 169
C/n (msn):69085
Operator / Titles:STAR Flight - Shock Trauma Air Rescue
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:N308TC
Aircraft Original Type:AgustaWestland AW-169
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-169
Aircraft Version:Leonardo AW- 169
C/n (msn):69085
Operator / Titles:STAR Flight - Shock Trauma Air Rescue
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Event:HAI Heli-Expo 2020
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452706Submit Correction
View count: 71
In 1985, STAR Flight (commonly known as Travis County STAR Flight) began operating as a joint venture program of Travis County, the City of Austin and the Brackenridge Hospital. Having started simple with a Bell 206 Jet Ranger and later a Bell 206L3 Long Ranger, it received larger and more complex Bell 412EP's as from 1990. Those were eventually replaced by EC135 and EC145 helicopters and in 2019, Travis County STAR Flight became the first ambulance service AW169 opertor in the US, introducing three units (N307TC, N308TC and N309TC).
Registration / Serial:N308TC
Aircraft Version:Leonardo AW- 169
C/n (msn):69085
Operator / Titles:STAR Flight - Shock Trauma Air Rescue
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:OE-XHI
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-350 Ecureuil
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter AS-350/550 Ecureuil/AStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):4342
Operator / Titles:Wucher Helicopter
City / Heliport:Ludesch - Heliport (LOIG)Map
Country:Austria
Photo Date:13 January 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452697Submit Correction
View count: 46
Built in 2007, this airframe previously carried test registration F-WQDB, then served in Switzerland with Air Grischa and Swiss Helicopter as HB-ZIY till June of 2013. It then went to Portugal as CS-HIF with EverJets before ending up with famous austrian operator Wucher. Seen here on a cold winter day at Wucher's main base in Ludesch.
Registration / Serial:OE-XHI
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):4342
Operator / Titles:Wucher Helicopter
City / Heliport:Ludesch - Heliport (LOIG)Map
Country:Austria
Photo Date:13 January 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:OE-XHI
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-350 Ecureuil
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter AS-350/550 Ecureuil/AStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):4342
Operator / Titles:Wucher Helicopter
City / Heliport:Ludesch - Heliport (LOIG)Map
Country:Austria
Photo Date:13 January 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452697Submit Correction
View count: 46
Built in 2007, this airframe previously carried test registration F-WQDB, then served in Switzerland with Air Grischa and Swiss Helicopter as HB-ZIY till June of 2013. It then went to Portugal as CS-HIF with EverJets before ending up with famous austrian operator Wucher. Seen here on a cold winter day at Wucher's main base in Ludesch.
Registration / Serial:OE-XHI
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-350B-3 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):4342
Operator / Titles:Wucher Helicopter
City / Heliport:Ludesch - Heliport (LOIG)Map
Country:Austria
Photo Date:13 January 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:9M-BOC
Aircraft Original Type:AgustaWestland AB-139
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AB-139/AW-139
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-139
C/n (msn):31289
Operator / Titles:Malaysia - Fire Department
City / Airport:Kuala Lumpur - Subang / Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (WMSA / SZB)Map
Country:Malaysia
Photo Date:19 July 2011
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452696Submit Correction
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The Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department (locally known as Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia) became an Agusta customer in 2003, when it received two A109E Power (9M-BOA and 9M-BOB). Then in 2010, the service introduced two AW139, the 1st of which can be seen here taxing towards the Agusta hangar at Subang (without the usually mounted rescue hoist). The 2nd AW139 carries registration 9M-BOD. Finally in 2018, two larger AW189 helicopters were purchased as 9M-BOE and 9M-BOF.
Registration / Serial:9M-BOC
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-139
C/n (msn):31289
Operator / Titles:Malaysia - Fire Department
City / Airport:Kuala Lumpur - Subang / Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (WMSA / SZB)Map
Country:Malaysia
Photo Date:19 July 2011
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:9M-BOC
Aircraft Original Type:AgustaWestland AB-139
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AB-139/AW-139
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-139
C/n (msn):31289
Operator / Titles:Malaysia - Fire Department
City / Airport:Kuala Lumpur - Subang / Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (WMSA / SZB)Map
Country:Malaysia
Photo Date:19 July 2011
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452696Submit Correction
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The Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department (locally known as Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia) became an Agusta customer in 2003, when it received two A109E Power (9M-BOA and 9M-BOB). Then in 2010, the service introduced two AW139, the 1st of which can be seen here taxing towards the Agusta hangar at Subang (without the usually mounted rescue hoist). The 2nd AW139 carries registration 9M-BOD. Finally in 2018, two larger AW189 helicopters were purchased as 9M-BOE and 9M-BOF.
Registration / Serial:9M-BOC
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-139
C/n (msn):31289
Operator / Titles:Malaysia - Fire Department
City / Airport:Kuala Lumpur - Subang / Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (WMSA / SZB)Map
Country:Malaysia
Photo Date:19 July 2011
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:25 May 2007
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452265Submit Correction
View count: 56
Travira Air is a Jakarta based Charter Airline, operating both rotary and fixed wing aircraft. It's S-76, Bell 412 and AW139 helicopters are contracted to the oil and gas industry out of Balikpapan (East Kalimantan), while the ATR-42/72, Beech 1900 and Cessna 208 aircraft can be seen throughout Indonesia. The S-76 pictured here was sold to South Korea where it became HL9636. Registration PK-TVP has been re-assigned to a Viking DHC-6-400 Twin Otter, which was delivered new to Travira Air in late 2021.
Registration / Serial:PK-TVP
Aircraft Version:Sikorsky S-76C
C/n (msn):760421
Operator / Titles:Travira Air
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:25 May 2007
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:25 May 2007
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:452265Submit Correction
View count: 56
Travira Air is a Jakarta based Charter Airline, operating both rotary and fixed wing aircraft. It's S-76, Bell 412 and AW139 helicopters are contracted to the oil and gas industry out of Balikpapan (East Kalimantan), while the ATR-42/72, Beech 1900 and Cessna 208 aircraft can be seen throughout Indonesia. The S-76 pictured here was sold to South Korea where it became HL9636. Registration PK-TVP has been re-assigned to a Viking DHC-6-400 Twin Otter, which was delivered new to Travira Air in late 2021.
Registration / Serial:PK-TVP
Aircraft Version:Sikorsky S-76C
C/n (msn):760421
Operator / Titles:Travira Air
City / Airport:Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma (WIHH / HLP)Map
Country:Indonesia
Photo Date:25 May 2007
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:560
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-15C Baz
C/n (msn):0896/IC016
Operator / Titles:Israel - Air Force
Unit Markings:106 Sqn
Aircraft Name:Tzedek
City / Airport:Ovda (LLOV / VDA)Map
Country:Israel
Event:Blue Flag 2017
Photo Date:8 November 2017
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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Climbing out of Ovda AB for another training sortie, this F-15C Baz was delivered to Israel under the Peace Fox III FMS program. It carried US FY # 83-0060 and is assigned to 106 SQN "Spearhead" based in Tel Nof. The grey F-15's of 106 & 133 SQN each carry an individual a/c name painted on the nose section, this one is called "Tzedek" in hebrew, meaning "Jupiter". It is seen here "armed" with a blue Python 3 practice missile under the wing and an IAI/ELTA EL/L-8222 electronic countermeasure pod on the LH forward station.
Registration / Serial:560
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-15C Baz
C/n (msn):0896/IC016
Operator / Titles:Israel - Air Force
City / Airport:Ovda (LLOV / VDA)Map
Country:Israel
Photo Date:8 November 2017
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:560
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-15C Baz
C/n (msn):0896/IC016
Operator / Titles:Israel - Air Force
Unit Markings:106 Sqn
Aircraft Name:Tzedek
City / Airport:Ovda (LLOV / VDA)Map
Country:Israel
Event:Blue Flag 2017
Photo Date:8 November 2017
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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Climbing out of Ovda AB for another training sortie, this F-15C Baz was delivered to Israel under the Peace Fox III FMS program. It carried US FY # 83-0060 and is assigned to 106 SQN "Spearhead" based in Tel Nof. The grey F-15's of 106 & 133 SQN each carry an individual a/c name painted on the nose section, this one is called "Tzedek" in hebrew, meaning "Jupiter". It is seen here "armed" with a blue Python 3 practice missile under the wing and an IAI/ELTA EL/L-8222 electronic countermeasure pod on the LH forward station.
Registration / Serial:560
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-15C Baz
C/n (msn):0896/IC016
Operator / Titles:Israel - Air Force
City / Airport:Ovda (LLOV / VDA)Map
Country:Israel
Photo Date:8 November 2017
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:N609AG
Aircraft Original Type:Bell-Agusta BA609
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW609
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW609
C/n (msn):60002
Operator / Titles:Bell / Agusta Aerospace Company
City / Airport:Ulrichen (LSMC) (closed)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:10 September 2009
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:451783Submit Correction
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Ulrichen was - with 1350m/AMSL - the highest active Air Base in Switzerland, being in operation between 1942 and 1999. After it's closure, it was a few times used by AgustaWestland for high altitude trials of various helicopter prototypes. Such was the case in September of 2009, when the 2nd prototype of the VTOL / Tilt Rotor AW-609 was based there for a week to conduct test flights. Seen here just about to take-off. Unfortunately, this airframe crashed in northern Italy on October 30, 2015 during high speed trials, with loss of both test pilots.
Registration / Serial:N609AG
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW609
C/n (msn):60002
Operator / Titles:Bell / Agusta Aerospace Company
City / Airport:Ulrichen (LSMC) (closed)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:10 September 2009
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:N609AG
Aircraft Original Type:Bell-Agusta BA609
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW609
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW609
C/n (msn):60002
Operator / Titles:Bell / Agusta Aerospace Company
City / Airport:Ulrichen (LSMC) (closed)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:10 September 2009
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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Ulrichen was - with 1350m/AMSL - the highest active Air Base in Switzerland, being in operation between 1942 and 1999. After it's closure, it was a few times used by AgustaWestland for high altitude trials of various helicopter prototypes. Such was the case in September of 2009, when the 2nd prototype of the VTOL / Tilt Rotor AW-609 was based there for a week to conduct test flights. Seen here just about to take-off. Unfortunately, this airframe crashed in northern Italy on October 30, 2015 during high speed trials, with loss of both test pilots.
Registration / Serial:N609AG
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW609
C/n (msn):60002
Operator / Titles:Bell / Agusta Aerospace Company
City / Airport:Ulrichen (LSMC) (closed)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:10 September 2009
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:HB-ZRA
Aircraft Original Type:MBB-Kawasaki BK-117
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter-Kawasaki BK-117/EC-145
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter-Kawasaki EC-145 (BK-117C-2)
C/n (msn):9026
Operator / Titles:REGA - Swiss Air Ambulance
Promotional Titles:TCS - Touring Club Schweiz
City / Airport:Mollis (LSMF)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 June 2010
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:451654Submit Correction
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This 2002 built EC145 joined the REGA fleet as 1st of it's kind in January 2003. Four more were introduced that same year, while a 6th heli was purchased in late 2008. They operated out of the "lowland" bases Lausanne, Berne, Basle, Zurich and St Gallen. In 2019, all six were sold to the Royal Moroccan Gendarmerie (Al-Darak al-Malikiy) and ferry flown to Morocco, still wearing the basic REGA colors but already registered in the CN-BZ.. range. HB-ZRA was the last delivered to Morocco and became CN-BZU in August 2020.
Registration / Serial:HB-ZRA
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter-Kawasaki EC-145 (BK-117C-2)
C/n (msn):9026
Operator / Titles:REGA - Swiss Air Ambulance
City / Airport:Mollis (LSMF)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 June 2010
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:HB-ZRA
Aircraft Original Type:MBB-Kawasaki BK-117
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter-Kawasaki BK-117/EC-145
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter-Kawasaki EC-145 (BK-117C-2)
C/n (msn):9026
Operator / Titles:REGA - Swiss Air Ambulance
Promotional Titles:TCS - Touring Club Schweiz
City / Airport:Mollis (LSMF)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 June 2010
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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This 2002 built EC145 joined the REGA fleet as 1st of it's kind in January 2003. Four more were introduced that same year, while a 6th heli was purchased in late 2008. They operated out of the "lowland" bases Lausanne, Berne, Basle, Zurich and St Gallen. In 2019, all six were sold to the Royal Moroccan Gendarmerie (Al-Darak al-Malikiy) and ferry flown to Morocco, still wearing the basic REGA colors but already registered in the CN-BZ.. range. HB-ZRA was the last delivered to Morocco and became CN-BZU in August 2020.
Registration / Serial:HB-ZRA
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter-Kawasaki EC-145 (BK-117C-2)
C/n (msn):9026
Operator / Titles:REGA - Swiss Air Ambulance
City / Airport:Mollis (LSMF)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:30 June 2010
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:D-AEAL
Aircraft Original Type:Airbus A300
Aircraft Generic Type:Airbus A300
Aircraft Version:Airbus A300B4-622R(F)
C/n (msn):679
Operator / Titles:DHL International / European Air Transport - EAT
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:451343Submit Correction
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EAT Leipzig officially started operations at Leipzig/Halle Airport in spring of 2008. It is an aircraft maintenance center as well as a registered cargo airline, operating on behalf of the DHL Group. As such, it currently operates some 20 A300-600 Freighters, among them this former Japan Airlines airframe (built in December 1992, ex JA8562) seen here in front of Mount Ymittos. D-AEAL got converted from Pax to Cargo standard in 2010/2011 (while temporary carrying registration N4679) and joined the EAT fleet in March 2012. EAT also operates a few A330 and B757-200 freighters.
Registration / Serial:D-AEAL
Aircraft Version:Airbus A300B4-622R(F)
C/n (msn):679
Operator / Titles:DHL International / European Air Transport - EAT
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:D-AEAL
Aircraft Original Type:Airbus A300
Aircraft Generic Type:Airbus A300
Aircraft Version:Airbus A300B4-622R(F)
C/n (msn):679
Operator / Titles:DHL International / European Air Transport - EAT
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:451343Submit Correction
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EAT Leipzig officially started operations at Leipzig/Halle Airport in spring of 2008. It is an aircraft maintenance center as well as a registered cargo airline, operating on behalf of the DHL Group. As such, it currently operates some 20 A300-600 Freighters, among them this former Japan Airlines airframe (built in December 1992, ex JA8562) seen here in front of Mount Ymittos. D-AEAL got converted from Pax to Cargo standard in 2010/2011 (while temporary carrying registration N4679) and joined the EAT fleet in March 2012. EAT also operates a few A330 and B757-200 freighters.
Registration / Serial:D-AEAL
Aircraft Version:Airbus A300B4-622R(F)
C/n (msn):679
Operator / Titles:DHL International / European Air Transport - EAT
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:MM62286
Aircraft Original Type:Piaggio P-180 Avanti
Aircraft Generic Type:Piaggio P-180 Avanti
Aircraft Version:Piaggio VC-180A
C/n (msn):1143
Operator / Titles:Italy - Air Force
Unit Markings:14 Stormo
City / Airport:Andravida (LGAD / PYR)Map
Country:Greece
Event:Iniochos 2022
Photo Date:1 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:451306Submit Correction
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Seen here departing Andravida AB is one of some 20 Avantis used by the four branches of the Italian Armed forces since 1994. This particular airframe was manufactured in 2008 and was first operated by the Department of Civil Protection ("Dipartimento Protezione Civile") as I-DPCL, before being intergrated into the Italian AF fleet in June 2011. It is based at Practica di Mare. In early 2020, the Italian MoD announced an order for additional nine new Avantis in the version Evo+, plus the upgrade of eleven existing airframes to Evo+ configuration.
Registration / Serial:MM62286
Aircraft Version:Piaggio VC-180A
C/n (msn):1143
Operator / Titles:Italy - Air Force
City / Airport:Andravida (LGAD / PYR)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:1 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:MM62286
Aircraft Original Type:Piaggio P-180 Avanti
Aircraft Generic Type:Piaggio P-180 Avanti
Aircraft Version:Piaggio VC-180A
C/n (msn):1143
Operator / Titles:Italy - Air Force
Unit Markings:14 Stormo
City / Airport:Andravida (LGAD / PYR)Map
Country:Greece
Event:Iniochos 2022
Photo Date:1 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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Seen here departing Andravida AB is one of some 20 Avantis used by the four branches of the Italian Armed forces since 1994. This particular airframe was manufactured in 2008 and was first operated by the Department of Civil Protection ("Dipartimento Protezione Civile") as I-DPCL, before being intergrated into the Italian AF fleet in June 2011. It is based at Practica di Mare. In early 2020, the Italian MoD announced an order for additional nine new Avantis in the version Evo+, plus the upgrade of eleven existing airframes to Evo+ configuration.
Registration / Serial:MM62286
Aircraft Version:Piaggio VC-180A
C/n (msn):1143
Operator / Titles:Italy - Air Force
City / Airport:Andravida (LGAD / PYR)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:1 April 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:SE-RLM
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-8/800 (BBJ2)
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-83N(BCF)
C/n (msn):32615 / 1207
Operator / Titles:FedEx Express / West Atlantic Cargo Airlines
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:451301Submit Correction
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Before being converted to a freighter in January of 2019, this 2002 built B737-800 flew for American Trans Air and ATA Airlines as N329TZ. Between May 2006 and August 2018, China Southern Airlines operated it as B-5127. After the conversion, it first became G-NPTD, finally joining West Atlantic in October of 2020. Arriving here from Paris CDG, lining up for a landing on ATH's RWY03L.
Registration / Serial:SE-RLM
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-83N(BCF)
C/n (msn):32615 / 1207
Operator / Titles:FedEx Express / West Atlantic Cargo Airlines
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:SE-RLM
Aircraft Original Type:Boeing 737
Aircraft Generic Type:Boeing 737-8/800 (BBJ2)
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-83N(BCF)
C/n (msn):32615 / 1207
Operator / Titles:FedEx Express / West Atlantic Cargo Airlines
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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Before being converted to a freighter in January of 2019, this 2002 built B737-800 flew for American Trans Air and ATA Airlines as N329TZ. Between May 2006 and August 2018, China Southern Airlines operated it as B-5127. After the conversion, it first became G-NPTD, finally joining West Atlantic in October of 2020. Arriving here from Paris CDG, lining up for a landing on ATH's RWY03L.
Registration / Serial:SE-RLM
Aircraft Version:Boeing 737-83N(BCF)
C/n (msn):32615 / 1207
Operator / Titles:FedEx Express / West Atlantic Cargo Airlines
City / Airport:Athens - Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV / ATH)Map
Country:Greece
Photo Date:30 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:N950SG
Other Marks:RESCUE 5
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-332 Super Puma
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter AS-332/532/EC-225/725 Super Puma/Cougar
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-332L1 Super Puma
C/n (msn):9007
Operator / Titles:Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
City / Airport:Long Beach - Daugherty Field (KLGB / LGB)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:448852Submit Correction
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Besides a large fleet of AS-350's, the LA County Sheriff Department (LASD) also operates three AS-332L1 Super Pumas. In addition to supporting law enforcement duties, those helicopters are sometimes also called for rescue missions. Unfortunately, N950SG crashed during one of those on March 19, 2022 near San Gabriel Dam (CA), luckily without loss of life. N950SG, like the LASD's other two AS332s, has been remanufactured in 2004, hence it's c/n in the 9000 range. It joined the LASD in 2013, having previously been N212AE. The AS332's replaced the LASD famous Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King.
Registration / Serial:N950SG
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-332L1 Super Puma
C/n (msn):9007
Operator / Titles:Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
City / Airport:Long Beach - Daugherty Field (KLGB / LGB)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Registration / Serial:N950SG
Other Marks:RESCUE 5
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-332 Super Puma
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter AS-332/532/EC-225/725 Super Puma/Cougar
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-332L1 Super Puma
C/n (msn):9007
Operator / Titles:Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
City / Airport:Long Beach - Daugherty Field (KLGB / LGB)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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Besides a large fleet of AS-350's, the LA County Sheriff Department (LASD) also operates three AS-332L1 Super Pumas. In addition to supporting law enforcement duties, those helicopters are sometimes also called for rescue missions. Unfortunately, N950SG crashed during one of those on March 19, 2022 near San Gabriel Dam (CA), luckily without loss of life. N950SG, like the LASD's other two AS332s, has been remanufactured in 2004, hence it's c/n in the 9000 range. It joined the LASD in 2013, having previously been N212AE. The AS332's replaced the LASD famous Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King.
Registration / Serial:N950SG
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter AS-332L1 Super Puma
C/n (msn):9007
Operator / Titles:Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
City / Airport:Long Beach - Daugherty Field (KLGB / LGB)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:31 January 2020
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
City / Heliport:Gampel - Heliport (LSEG)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:448385Submit Correction
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HB-ZOZ (ex C-FYLF) was added new to Air Zermatt's fleet in May of 2018, becoming their 2nd B429 after HB-ZSU (c/n 57067). It is seen here on Air Zermatt's dedicated HEMS base near Gampel, waiting for another emergency call. This particular HEMS base is situated "off the beaten track" allowing HB-ZOZ to be on stand-by 24/7, without disturbing too many people during night operations.
Registration / Serial:HB-ZOZ
Aircraft Version:Bell 429 GlobalRanger
C/n (msn):57330
Operator / Titles:Air Zermatt
City / Heliport:Gampel - Heliport (LSEG)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
City / Heliport:Gampel - Heliport (LSEG)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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HB-ZOZ (ex C-FYLF) was added new to Air Zermatt's fleet in May of 2018, becoming their 2nd B429 after HB-ZSU (c/n 57067). It is seen here on Air Zermatt's dedicated HEMS base near Gampel, waiting for another emergency call. This particular HEMS base is situated "off the beaten track" allowing HB-ZOZ to be on stand-by 24/7, without disturbing too many people during night operations.
Registration / Serial:HB-ZOZ
Aircraft Version:Bell 429 GlobalRanger
C/n (msn):57330
Operator / Titles:Air Zermatt
City / Heliport:Gampel - Heliport (LSEG)Map
Country:Switzerland
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
Photo ID:448383Submit Correction
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I-WOOD is the 6th and so far latest AW139 Air Green added new to it's fleet in early 2020. At the time of upload, the helicopter was under contract with the "Protection Civile" of the autonomous region of Aosta Valley. The helicopter's main purpose is to provide HEMS service to this smallest province of Italy. To fullfill its duty, members of the local medical service "Azienda USL Valle d'Aosta" and the mountain rescuers of the "Unione Valdostana Guide Alta Montagna" join the flights if need be. During the winter season, skies are mounted to I-WOOD's landing gear.
Registration / Serial:I-WOOD
Aircraft Version:Leonardo AW-139
C/n (msn):31872
Operator / Titles:Air Green
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact
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I-WOOD is the 6th and so far latest AW139 Air Green added new to it's fleet in early 2020. At the time of upload, the helicopter was under contract with the "Protection Civile" of the autonomous region of Aosta Valley. The helicopter's main purpose is to provide HEMS service to this smallest province of Italy. To fullfill its duty, members of the local medical service "Azienda USL Valle d'Aosta" and the mountain rescuers of the "Unione Valdostana Guide Alta Montagna" join the flights if need be. During the winter season, skies are mounted to I-WOOD's landing gear.
Registration / Serial:I-WOOD
Aircraft Version:Leonardo AW-139
C/n (msn):31872
Operator / Titles:Air Green
City / Airport:Aosta (LIMW / AOT)Map
Country:Italy
Photo Date:19 March 2022
Photo by:Adrian RomangContact