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H160 Is The New Technological Marvel From Airbus

Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today

Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today. This incredibly aircraft was introduced recently in Orlando and was immediately attracted a lot of attention. Company Airbus Helicopters is known for its exceptional aircrafts, but H160 is their most advanced helicopter so far. Airbus H160 comes with a completely new design that really looks impressive.

Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today
Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today

The helicopter is made of composites, which reduces weight, while not affecting the firmness of the aircraft. Thanks to its lightweight shell and the material from which it is made, this helicopter is incredibly small consumer, is resistant to corrosion and requires much less maintenance than other aircraft.

Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today
Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today

Airbus H160 has a specially designed tail which increases the aerodynamics and stability of the aircraft. H160 runs Arran Turbomeca engine that consumes 20% less fuel than other engines. This amazing helicopter inside can accommodate 12 people, will be on sale in 2018, but the price is still unknown.

Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today
Airbus H160 is definitely one of the most advanced helicopter of today

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Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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