First of 16 AW101 helicopters delivered to the Norwegian Ministry of Justice & Public Security for its All-Weather Search and Rescue Helicopter programme
The AW101s will be operated by the Royal Norwegian Air Force and replace the Sea King helicopters currently in service
The Leonardo AW101 is the most advanced SAR helicopter available today – capable of performing long range SAR missions – with over 220 units ordered worldwide
Leonardo is providing a complete “turnkey” support solution comprising spares, technical support and training services
Rome, 20 November 2017 – Leonardo is pleased to announce that the first of 16 AW101 all-weather search and rescue helicopters has been delivered to the Norwegian Ministry of Justice & Public Security.
The nation’s finest clinicians, aviators and fundraisers are celebrated at the Air Ambulance Awards of Excellence
Photos: (credit: Exmouth RNLI)
PR021117-1 Margot Cornish (centre) with buoy, Crew volunteers Tim Barnes (left) and Harry Griffin (right)
PR021117-1 Inshore lifeboat George Bearman II
PR021117-1 Shannon class lifeboat R and J Welburn
Local artist, Margot paints buoy for Exmouth lifeboat station
Before the evening exercise on 1 November, Exmouth RNLI Crew volunteers were presented with a buoy depicting the station’s Shannon and D class lifeboats.
Photo: (credit: Exmouth RNLI)
PR021117 Rob Langenberg (centre) displaying the painting with Andrew Stott (left) and Roy Stott (right)
Dutch artist donates Shannon painting to Exmouth lifeboat station
Rob Langenberg from Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands has been visiting Exmouth for the last 30 years with his wife, Lia. Rob presented Exmouth lifeboat station with his first seascape work during a recent holiday to south Devon.