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Agusta A109 references, articles and publications


Volume 80, Issue 5, 2011, Air International

We look at the Boeing 747-8I maiden flight, the first flight of an Italian Air Force T-346A, massive Dutch Defence cuts, Southwest Airline’s Boeing 737-300 in-flight rupture, QinetiQ’s AgustaWestland A109E Power, South African Air Force Rooivalk Mk1 operational, and Tornado F3 final touch-down.


Volume 27, Issue 5, 1984, Air International

A specially enlarged section to include details, photographs and three-view drawings of new aircraft displayed or promoted at Farnborough International 84: Aerospatiale SA 365M Dauphin, Hindustan ALH and HTT 34, Eurocopter Combat Helicopter, Agusta A 109K, CASA C-101DD, British Aerospace 146 Srs 300,. Norman NAC-1 Freelance, Slingsby T67, Hughes 530MG, Sikorsky S-76, Boeing 7-7 and McDonnell Douglas Propfan.


Volume 47, Issue 6, 1994, Air International

Rory Cowan

In this survey Rory Cowan details 28 helicopters currently under development or in service.

"For many years most civil helicopters had a military pedigree. More recently as markets have been developed , aircraft have been designed and targeted at particular sectors , and indeed it is
now quite common for a military customer to look to the civil market for a new trainer or light transport helicopter . In Ihis directory. Rory Cowan describes 28 types typical of the range currently on the market .

TRADITIONALLY the two major elements of civil helicopter operations were large transport helicopters of the size of the S-61, extensively used offshore, and rather smaller aircraft used for
business and training. In this latter category the JetRanger led the field but some of this market has been captured by other helicopters of similar size but more recent technology.

To an extent , the same has happened offshore when, in the early days. large numbers of...

Helicopter ups and downs

Volume 26, Issue 5, 1984, Air International

Introducing an issue devoted to rotary winged aircraft, AIR INTERNATIONAL reviews the state of the market for military and civil helicopters in the Western world, and shows that there are signs of recovery after a lean period, airded by growth in new applications as well as long established roles


Volume 15, Issue 4, 1978, Air International

The Agusta A 109A multi-purpose helicopter is now well-established in production against both civil and military orders. Its rather protracted development is recalled in this account, and the current range of variants is described.


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