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helicopter Wiktionary.
machine for spreading concrete. helicopter third-person singular simple present helicopters, present participle helicoptering, simple past and past participle helicoptered. transitive To transport by helicopter. intransitive To travel by helicopter. To rotate like a helicopter blade. helicoptering his jacket, helicoptering his arms.
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By October 2018, the in-service and stored helicopter fleet of 38570, with civil or government operators was led Robinson Helicopter with 24.7% followed by Airbus Helicopters with 24.4%, then Bell with 20.5 and Leonardo with 8.4%, Russian Helicopters with 7.7%, Sikorsky Aircraft with 7.2%, MD Helicopters with 3.4% and other with 2.2%.
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Buyers seeking a turbine helicopter will pay anywhere from just under 1m for a brand new entry-level single-engine turbine helicopter, up to approximately 15m for a heavy twin-engine turbine helicopter. Those shopping the pre-owned turbine helicopter market will find cheaper options for all models, with prices depending on maintenance condition and age.
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In fact, the Army's' main reconnaissance scout" helicopter, the Kiowa Warrior, grew so decrepit after 16 years of fighting in Southwest Asia that they were retired despite the absence of a dedicated successor. Apache, the Army's' preeminent tank-killer, will do double duty as an armed recon helicopter for the time being, but Army leaders admit lack of a next-generation recon helicopter is the gap in aviation capabilities that most worries them.

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