Geneva – Airbus Helicopters and Falcon Aviation have signed a letter of intent for a VIP version of the H160 in a private ceremony today at Ebace.
"The H160 is a natural choice as it embodies our company’ standards of high quality, safety and innovation" said Capt. Raman Oberoi, COO of Falcon Aviation. "The H160 is to set new standards for VIP travelling and we look forward to offering this exclusive aircraft to our loyal customers" he added.
"We are proud that Falcon Aviation has chosen to be among the first customers of the H160, and I want to thank Falcon Aviation personally for putting trust into our latest product" said Guillaume Faury, Airbus Helicopters CEO. "With the H160, our goal is to set the benchmark in a variety of mission segments, including Private & Business Aviation. The market response to the aircraft has been very positive so far and we will be up to our customers’ expectations.”
The H160 offers an ultimate VIP experience with its sleek lines and an interior design, unveiled at Ebace yesterday, that highlights the passenger comfort provided by the low sound levels, excellent visibility with its panoramic windows and excellent stability in flight.
Falcon Aviation is a well-established aviation company that has built a genuine reputation for high-quality and innovative services. Falcon Aviation was formed in 2006 with its main operating base at the UAE’s Al Bateen Executive Airport – a leading VIP airport located 10 km from Abu Dhabi’s city center, along with Falcon Aviation’s new FBO and MRO facilities at the world’s first seven star VIP terminal Dubai South DWC.
The company delivers a variety of services, including private jet & helicopter charter, aircraft management, MRO, oil and gas aviation support, and aircraft solutions.
Airbus Helicopters, a division of Airbus Group, provides the most efficient civil and military helicopter solutions worldwide. Its in-service fleet includes nearly 12,000 helicopters operated by more than 3,000 customers in 154 countries. Airbus Helicopters employs more than 22,000 people worldwide and in 2015 generated revenues of 6.8 billion euros.