Safran has been selected to supply engines for the training aircraft selected for Rotary Wing training under the UK’s Military Flying Training System (UKMFTS) programme.
Safran Helicopter Engines will provide Arrius 2B2Plus and Arriel 2E turbines for the fleet of Airbus Helicopters H135 and H145.
Arrius and Arriel engines are already contributing to training operations in the United States, Australia, France, Germany and many other countries.
With a growing market share of the H135 market, the Arrius 2B2Plus is currently in demand for operators conducting missions in demanding environments. One of its advantages is that it is enabling the H135 to carry more payload at the same altitude.
Safran has been chosen to provide the navigation systems for Griffon armored vehicles as part of Frances Scorpion program. This program is designed to enhance the front-line fighting capabilities of the French army, including the delivery of 1,668 Griffon multirole armored vehicles (VBMR) between 2018 and 2033, the company said in a statement Monday
Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) has selected Safran Helicopter Engines to power its Light Civil Helicopter (LCH) with a new engine designated Arriel 2L2. On the Light Armed Helicopter (LAH), Safran has been selected by Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), KAI and Hanwha Techwin
Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) has selected Safran Helicopter Engines as engine supplier for its Light Civil Helicopter (LCH). It will be powered with the existing Arriel 2C2 engine
Safran Electronics & Defense has won an export contract to supply several dozen Sigma 30 systems for mobile counter-battery radars deployed by a foreign army. The Sigma 30 navigation and pointing system addresses the diverse requirements of artillery units, especially in terms of accuracy and speed, the company announced today
Safran Electronics & Defense has carried out integration tests of the Sigma 40 shipborne navigation system with the alignment system on the AGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missile for Royal Thai Navy's Krabi corvettes and KDX class frigates. This test was carried out within the scope of a contract signed with Korean naval shipyard DSME, which builds warships
The Indian Light Utility Helicopter powered by Safrans Ardiden 1 U engine took its first flight on september six. The Indian LUH designed by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), completes its first flight in a South Indian city Bangalore
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