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QuadA2012: AVX team moves towards flight tests

3rd April 2012 - 21:44 GMT | by Tony Skinner in Nashville, US

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AVX Aircraft Company is hoping to start flight testing its OH-58D coaxial conversion in 2014 as it continues to pursue the US Army’s Armed Aerial Scout (AAS) programme.

With US Army leadership confirming that involvement in mid-2012 flying demonstrations would not preclude companies from the AAS project, AVX is continuing to develop what it claims is the ‘less expensive solution’ for the replacement of the current OH-58D fleet.

Looking to correct what company officials believed was a market perception of AVX as the 'tiny company' in the race, AVX used the Quad A exhibition in Nashville to announce its teaming partners

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