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GSH Introduces the BK 117 B2 to Our Fleet

GSH is pleased to announce the addition of the BK117 B2 to our fleet. The BK 117 B2 is a twin-engine medium transport helicopter with a global reputation as a reliable, versatile aircraft ideally suited to both rescue and utility operations. This high performance twin engine helicopter compares favourably with the benchmark Bell 212. It can carry up to ten passengers in safety and comfort at a 35% faster speed while burning almost 25% less fuel.
It is popular for passenger and VIP transport, and is also used in aerial crane and sling work, seismic operations, law enforcement, firefighting, military support, and is exceptional in an air ambulance and search and rescue platform.
The spacious cabin/cargo compartment of the BK 117 is easily accessed via two hinged crew doors, two large rear clamshell doors and sliding side doors which also allow versatile operation of the aircraft’s winching capabilities. The aircraft is dual pilot IFR rated and completed with Health and Usage Monitoring System (HUMS), side strobe lights and upgraded avionics. A long range fuel tank and rescue hoist provision is available upon request.  For more information, please contact clientservices@gsheli.com

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