First H225M for Kuwait begins testing
Airbus Helicopters has begun flight testing of the first H225M destined for delivery to the Kuwait Air Force, the company announced on 18 October.
Kuwait has 30 of the type on order under a contract signed in August 2016. Deliveries will commence by the end of 2019.
The long-range multi-role H225Ms will be operated by the Kuwait Air Force and the Kuwait National Guard.
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