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Eurocopter sells 30 helicopters to Russian air carrier
27.02.2008 13:49
Eurocopter sells 30 helicopters to Russian air carrier

Eurocopter and Utair, a Russian air carrier, have signed an agreement on acquisition of EC 175 helicopters. According to the document, UTair will purchase 15 helicopters starting 2012 and takes an option on other 15 aircrafts. The cost of the contract is withheld from the public.
      
      The EC 175 helicopter is designed for civil purposes and can transport up to 16 passengers.
      
      Utair is a Russian air carrier operating the biggest helicopter fleet in the country over 180 aircrafts of all types.
      
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