Rotortrade Delivers Third Airbus Helicopter to Air Greenland to Meet Mission Requirements

Published On: March 13, 2023

Atlanta, USA. March 2023– Rotortrade, the leading global helicopter distributor, is pleased to announce the successful delivery of the third Airbus Helicopter to Air Greenland. This time, the H155B1 will help Air Greenland fulfill its mission requirements, following the previous delivery of two Airbus H225s.

Rotortrade would like to express its gratitude to Air Greenland for the trust it has placed in the company and its products. The delivery of the H155B1 will provide Air Greenland with an additional high-performance aircraft to support their operations in the challenging Arctic environment.

The H155B1 is a highly versatile and reliable aircraft, well-suited to meet the needs of Air Greenland. It is equipped with state-of-the-art avionics and safety systems, as well as advanced technologies that enhance operational efficiency.

“We are honored to have been chosen once again by Air Greenland to deliver this third Airbus Helicopter,” said Raymond Lubrano, EVP Business Development of Rotortrade. “We are confident that the H155B1 will prove to be an excellent addition to their fleet, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Air Greenland.”

About Rotortrade (RT):

Rotortrade is the leading global helicopter dealer and sole international distributor of Leonardo’s pre-owned helicopters. Its extensive network throughout the spectrum of the industry enables it to acquire and carry a broad fleet of aircraft from all major manufacturers providing its clients full end-to-end and fully secured services.

Rotortrade has 10 dealerships around the world with offices in Florida, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Mexico City, Marseille, Paris, Riyadh, Singapore, Sarajevo and Shanghai.

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About Air Greenland:

Greenland’s national airline Grønlandsfly was founded in 1960. The company changed its name to Air Greenland in 2002 and has undergone rapid development during the last 50 years: From seaplanes to jet planes; and from helicopter services to scheduled services with fixed-wing aircraft. Then, as now, Air Greenland operates in Arctic airspace, which presents a unique range of challenges.

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