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The Royal Thai Navy acquires five EC645 T2 maritime configuration from Airbus Helicopters
 
The airborne capabilities of Thailand’s navy will be significantly enhanced with the acquisition of the mission-ready Airbus Helicopters light-utility EC645 T2 rotorcraft. Royal Thai Air Force also signed for two EC725 helicopters. The Royal Thai Navy signed for five EC645 T2s to be deployed on transport duties and other missions, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2016.
The airborne capabilities of Thailand’s navy will be significantly enhanced with the acquisition of the mission-ready Airbus Helicopters light-utility EC645 T2 rotorcraft. Royal Thai Air Force also signed for two EC725 helicopters. The Royal Thai Navy signed for five EC645 T2s to be deployed on transport duties and other missions, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2016.
 
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Naval Forces News - Thailand
 
 
 
The Royal Thai Navy acquires five EC645 T2 maritime configuration from Airbus Helicopters
 
The airborne capabilities of Thailand’s navy will be significantly enhanced with the acquisition of the mission-ready Airbus Helicopters light-utility EC645 T2 rotorcraft. Royal Thai Air Force also signed for two EC725 helicopters. The Royal Thai Navy signed for five EC645 T2s to be deployed on transport duties and other missions, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2016.
     
The airborne capabilities of Thailand’s navy will be significantly enhanced with the acquisition of the mission-ready Airbus Helicopters light-utility EC645 T2 rotorcraft. Royal Thai Air Force also signed for two EC725 helicopters. The Royal Thai Navy signed for five EC645 T2s to be deployed on transport duties and other missions, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2016.
EC645 T2 in maritime configuration. Its purchase represents the first export order of this militarized version of the EC145 T2, which is the newest and most powerful model in Airbus Helicopters’ proven EC145 light twin-engine helicopter family. Image: Airbus Helicopters
     
“By acquiring both the EC645 T2 and EC725, Thailand will be operating two of the most capable helicopters in their categories, delivering high levels of mission flexibility with their modern avionics and rugged airframes,” said Philippe Monteux, Airbus Helicopters’ Head of Region South East Asia & Pacific.