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HANGAR TALK


Donaldson Expands Global Reach with Inlet Barrier Filter Acceptance on AW139 and EC130T2 Helicopters in India


Donaldson Company, Inc. announced recently the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) of India’s acceptance of its AW139 and EC130T2 Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) Supplemental Type Certificates.


With the number of helicopters in India expected to increase three-fold to at least 800 within the next 10-20 years, according to the Centre for Asian Pacific Aviation (CAPA), Donaldson is positioning itself to support the growing industry. From rugged, high-altitude mountainous regions to harsh desert environments, India’s weather and terrain can prove challenging to helicopter operations. There is little room for engine power loss due to ingested dirt, dust, and debris. Donaldson IBFs eliminate those hazards, keeping engines clean and avoiding power loss caused by particle ingestion.


“The high population and topography of India, paired with recent work by the government to assist growth in aviation, make this country an ideal location for growth across many sectors of the helicopter industry – charter, EMS, SAR, utility, to name a few,” said Dan Larsen, general manager, Donaldson Aerospace & Defense. “Operators in India’s harsh environments can now rely on Donaldson to provide the engine protection they need to safely execute their missions.”


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The height in feet that a police helicopter at issue in the landmark case Florida v. Riley hovered to observe, through an opening in a greenhouse roof, marijuana growing inside. A plurality of the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that as long as there was no breach of FAA safety regulations, the property


owner had no legitimate reason to expect privacy relating to non-intimate activities in the curtilage of their home that were visible from above.


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The number of hours recently disgruntled residents in Surrey, British Columbia, claim a low- flying Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) training helicopter disturbed them during the night.


Some locals called the activity “obnoxious;” others said it was shaking their windows. In response, the RCMP said it “will amend further training.”


The approximate dollar amount of an Apache integrated operational support (IOS) contract recently received by Leonardo from the U.K. Ministry of Defence.


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