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Analysis of the Global Civil Helicopters Market

Platforms and Systems Must Evolve to Function in Harsher, Multirole Environments

  • Research Code : MA7E-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : AE00039-NA-MR_00039
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  • Release Date : 14-Oct-2014
  • Region : North America
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As civil operators progressively renew legacy helicopters, the new generation of platforms will increasingly face challengesespecially from a financial perspective because of stretched government budgets and irregular turnovers. Moreover, new operational requirements, such as overnight missions to distant locations, are dictating specific requirements. Recent technology developments at the air-frame, engine, and system levels are empowering the new generation of helicopters to face such challenges and address operational efficiency. Furthermore, attractive business models will help ease the financial burden and cut costs.

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