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ID: 1002485 Views: 396 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Aerospatiale AS350B2 Ecureuil
Aircraft Reg: EI-MYO
MSN / CN: 9037

Operator: SELC Eireann Teo

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Unknown
Country: Unknown
Date: Unknown
Photographer
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Large Picture Comments: Eurocopter AS.350B2 EI-MYO, c/n 9037, SELC Eireann Teo. This is a newly built Squirrel, first registered as EI-MYO on 10 January 2002, with no previous identities.
ID: 1002486 Views: 489 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Bell 206B-II Jet Ranger II
Aircraft Reg: EI-ONE
MSN / CN: 1761

Operator: Helicopter Sales Leasing Ltd

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Weston (EIWT)
Country: Ireland
Date: 11th August 2002
Photographer
Andy Mac
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Large Picture Comments: Bell 206B-2 EI-ONE, c/n 1761, of Helicopter Sales Leasing Ltd., photographed at Weston on 11 August 2002. EI-ONE crashed near Lispole, Co.Kerry, just after 19:00 local time, 28 August, killing the pilot, the only person on board. The B.206 was routing Farranfore - Tralee Racecourse (having flown from Weston earlier) and appears to have gone off course while flying VFR in poor visibility, although one report suggests that after stopping in Farranfore it landed in a field near Dingle and then headed for the racecourse at Tralee. There was heavy fog reported at the time in the area. The B.206 hit the side of the mountain range north of Lispole on the Dingle peninsula and burned out.
ID: 1002487 Views: 356 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-RCG
MSN / CN: 61807

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Shannon (SNN / EINN)
Country: Ireland
Date: October 2001
Photographer
Robert Fahy
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Large Picture Comments: This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-RCG (c/n 61807), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Marine Emergency Service (IMES) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. It was delivered to Shannon on or about 25 September 2001, where it was photographed in hazy conditions about a month later. This S.61N first flew in Norway as LN-OQB, and then was imported into the UK as G-BZSN.
ID: 1002488 Views: 322 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-RCG
MSN / CN: 61807

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Salthill, Galway
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Salthill Air Show 2002
Date: 7th July 2002
Photographer
Jacob Struben
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Large Picture Comments: This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-RCG (c/n 61807), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (ICG) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. It was delivered to Shannon on or about 25 September 2001. This S.61N first flew in Norway as LN-OQB, and then was imported into the UK as G-BZSN.
ID: 1002489 Views: 330 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-RCG
MSN / CN: 61807

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Salthill, Galway
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Salthill Air Show 2002
Date: 7th July 2002
Photographer
Jacob Struben
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Large Picture Comments: This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-RCG (c/n 61807), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (ICG) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. It was delivered to Shannon on or about 25 September 2001. This S.61N first flew in Norway as LN-OQB, and then was imported into the UK as G-BZSN.
ID: 1002490 Views: 408 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-RCG
MSN / CN: 61807

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Salthill, Galway
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Salthill Air Show 2002
Date: 7th July 2002
Photographer
Jacob Struben
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Large Picture Comments: This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-RCG (c/n 61807), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (ICG) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. It was delivered to Shannon on or about 25 September 2001. This S.61N first flew in Norway as LN-OQB, and then was imported into the UK as G-BZSN.
ID: 1002491 Views: 383 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-RCG
MSN / CN: 61807

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Shannon (SNN / EINN)
Country: Ireland
Date: 31 August 2002
Photographer
Jacob Struben
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Large Picture Comments: The photo above shows the rotatable infra-red imaging pod on the left side of the front cabin, and the HF aerial on the right of the cockpit (Shannon, 31 August 2002). This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-RCG (c/n 61807), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (ICG) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. It was delivered to Shannon on or about 25 September 2001. This S.61N first flew in Norway as LN-OQB, and then was imported into the UK as G-BZSN.
ID: 1002492 Views: 514 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-SAR
MSN / CN: 61143

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Waterford (WAT / EIWF)
Country: Ireland
Date: July 2002
Photographer
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Large Picture Comments: The photo above shows the S.61N at its new base at Waterford Airport, summer 2002.

This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-SAR (c/n 61143), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (formerly the Irish Marine Emergency Service (IMES)) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. A fifth S.61N is due to be leased to the Irish Air Corps later this year (2002). This aircraft was registered on 26 June 1998. On 1 July 2002 this S.61N was assigned to the Southeastern sector, operating from Waterford. As can be seen from the c/n this is quite an elderly S.61, and in fact was the first to be assembled by Mitsubishi in Japan. After spells on the American and Japanese civil registers, it served a long time in Britain as G-AYOM (pictured below at Aberdeen, 25 June 1998, a day before reregistration as EI-SAR ).
ID: 1002493 Views: 456 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-SAR
MSN / CN: 61143

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Unknown
Country: Unknown
Date: 14th October 2003
Photographer
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Large Picture Comments: This Sikorsky S.61N, EI-SAR (c/n 61143), is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (formerly the Irish Marine Emergency Service (IMES)) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. A fifth S.61N is due to be leased to the Irish Air Corps later this year (2002). This aircraft was registered on 26 June 1998. On 1 July 2002 this S.61N was assigned to the Southeastern sector, operating from Waterford. As can be seen from the c/n this is quite an elderly S.61, and in fact was the first to be assembled by Mitsubishi in Japan. After spells on the American and Japanese civil registers, it served a long time in Britain as G-AYOM.
ID: 1002494 Views: 529 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: EI-SAR
MSN / CN: 61143

Operator: CHC Helicopters

Picture Category: Helicopter
Location: Aberdeen (Dyce) (ABZ / EGPD)
Country: UK - Scotland
Date: 14th October 2003
Photographer
Chris Jones
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Large Picture Comments: This Sikorsky S.61N, is one of four S.61Ns operated by CHC (Ireland) Ltd., formerly Bond Helicopters (Ireland) Ltd., under contract to the Irish Coast Guard (formerly the Irish Marine Emergency Service (IMES)) as medium/long-range Search and Rescue (SAR) and MedEvac helicopters. A fifth S.61N is due to be leased to the Irish Air Corps later this year (2002). This aircraft was registered on 26 June 1998. On 1 July 2002 this S.61N was assigned to the Southeastern sector, operating from Waterford. As can be seen from the c/n this is quite an elderly S.61, and in fact was the first to be assembled by Mitsubishi in Japan.

After spells on the American and Japanese civil registers, it served a long time in Britain as G-AYOM, pictured here at Aberdeen, 25 June 1998, a day before reregistration as EI-SAR.
 
 

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