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Bristow Shopping Spree Continues

Airbus Inks Deal for 15 H135 Aircraft at Heli-Expo

Airbus Helicopters signed a 'framework contract' for up to 15 of their H135 helicopters, accounting for a 5-firm/10-optional deal.

Bristow has been on a buying spree this week, building out their fleet as a part of a 2025 to 2028 expansion program. It's not for no reason, since they've garnered more than a few new duties in recent months. New deals, returning clients, and increasing offshore energy investments have combined to increase demand for Bristow's heli-transit services across the board. The 5 new H135s are expected to begin trickling into Bristow hands in October of this year.

“I’d like to thank the Bristow Group for their renewed trust in our helicopters. Airbus Helicopters and Bristow Group share a long history, and I am very proud to open a new chapter in our partnership”, said Bruno Even, CEO of Airbus Helicopters. “The H135 has proven it's perfect for offshore missions with customers all over the world, especially thanks to Airbus Helicopters' Helionix avionics suite, which reduces pilot workload and increases safety."

“Our longstanding relationship with Airbus, coupled with our extensive experience operating the H135 since 2006, underscores the helicopter’s exceptional performance and reliability,” said Stu Stavley, Chief Operating Officer, Offshore Energy Services for Bristow Group. “The H135 has proven itself to be a very capable helicopter, both for missions offshore and overland.”

FMI: www.airbus.com

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