Airbus Helicopters awarded UH-72 support IDIQ contract
Airbus Helicopters will provide performance-based logistics (PBL) support for US military UH-72 aircraft, the US Department of Defense announced on 13 January.
Airbus Helicopters was awarded a $37.7 million IDIQ contract from the US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for the work.
The contract provides PBL support to include ground and repair maintenance of five UH-72 aircraft, sustaining engineering required to maintain UH-72 FAA certification, the incorporation of US Navy Test Pilot School specific modifications, and the support to provide ground and flight training for the UH-72/EC-145 aircraft.
Work will run through January 2025.
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