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Leonardo Exhibits New Generation and Bestselling VIP Helicopters at the Monaco Yacht Show


Leonardo recently showed off two of its most successful models in VIP/corporate transport configuration at the Monaco Yacht Show. The company showcased a GrandNew light-twin and an AW169 light intermediate twin aircraft, both owned by a British private customer and used for VIP transport missions across the UK.


the rapidly developing market of yacht support vessels.


The latest evolution of the iconic AW109 series, the bestselling GrandNew is the fastest light twin-engine helicopter available today and sets new standards in terms of cabin space and comfort for up to six passengers plus two pilots (or one pilot plus a seventh passenger), advanced navigation and safety technology and performance. Approximately 280 GrandNew aircraft have been sold to over 230 customers worldwide in more than 40 nations to date to carry out a wide range of roles.


While at the Monaco Yacht Show the GrandNew was on display on the fully certified helideck and hangar of the brand new 70-metre Game Changer Yacht support vessel designed and manufactured by Dutch shipbuilder Damen. Thanks to its all-weather navigation capabilities, passenger capacity, an outstanding maximum cruise speed of 156 knots and a maximum range of 464 nautical miles, the GrandNew is the perfect fit for helicopter transport duties in


The new generation 4.8-tonne AW169 helicopter had its Monaco Yacht Show premiere this year. The helicopter is showcased at the event with an enhanced comfort customized seven seat cabin configuration. The cabin can accommodate up to 10 passengers. The first all new helicopter in its category in over 30 years, the AW169 features advanced technology and solutions for unparalleled capabilities and safety, including a modern glass cockpit with touch-screen technology, all-electric landing gear, variable-speed main rotor for enhanced efficiency and low noise, an APU (auxiliary power unit) mode enabling main systems (including onboard entertainment and air conditioning) to be up and running while on the ground with rotors stopped, extensive use of composite material ideally suited for maritime environments, and all weather/day and night navigation capabilities.


Donaldson Inlet Barrier Filters: Protecting Air Medical Helicopter Engines for More than a Decade


Over the course of a decade, the air medical community has equipped its helicopters with more than 1,000 Inlet Barrier Filter Systems (IBFs) from Donaldson


Aerospace & Defense, a division of Donaldson Company Inc.


David Brigham, owner and president of


AeroBrigham, a completion and


customization provider, has been installing IBFs on a range of helicopter types since 2006. As a long-time aircraft maintainer, Brigham said having a healthy engine thanks to a Donaldson IBF “can be the difference between picking up a patient


20 Nov/Dec 2017 and not.” According to Brigham, “It often


means that over the life cycle of the engine there won’t be a loss of revenue due to the inability to pick up a large patient later in the cycle because of reduced power. It also means less fuel costs.”


During the past 11 years, Brigham said he’s consistently seen Donaldson IBFs deliver better performance margins, longer


time between power recovery washes, and lower overhaul and maintenance costs. What’s more, “the Donaldson IBF is a fairly easy installation compared to


other manufacturers and from effective an


operator’s point of view is the easiest and most cost


would recommend anyone with a turbine- powered helicopter to install a Donaldson filter system.”


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