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Airbus Helicopter introduces H145 Mercedes-Benz Style

Posted 6 October 2015 · Add Comment

Airbus Helicopters has announced it is introducing new H145 Mercedes-Benz Style, with four orders being received so far.

The H145 Mercedes-Benz Style offers higher performance, increased safety and improved exterior design for high-end private and corporate operation.
 
The versatile cabin will allow customers to alter their aircraft to suit their personal needs.
 
Frederic Lemos, Airbus Helicopters’ head of private & business aviation Europe, said: “Customers wishing to further personalise their aircraft will be able to work directly with Airbus Helicopters and the creative design teams at Mercedes-Benz Style to define their unique cabin environment.”
 
The H145 Mercedes-Benz Style can be reconfigured between four and eight seats to suit its user, and is also compact enough for use by super yacht owners.
 
Deliveries of the H145 Mercedes-Benz Style are expected to start by the end of the year.
 
 
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