Airbus Helicopters formation flight

| June 12, 2019

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Highlighting Airbus’ position as a leading supplier of commercial helicopters, representatives from each product category took to the skies for an impressive formation flight that marked the company’s 50th anniversary. Included in this video clip are the H125, H130, H135, H145, H160, H175 and H225 rotary-wing aircraft.

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