April 15, 2014

AgustaWestland Offers New Trainer in U.S. Navy Competition

By Ernie Stephens, Editor-at-Large

AgustaWestland, manufacturer of the AW119 Koala, brought a new variant of the light, single-engine turbine to last week's Sea-Air-Space conference outside of Washington, DC. The aircraft, designated the AW119Kx, is intended to compete for the title of the Department of the Navy's new helicopter trainer. The AW119Kx will come standard with a...

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