CH-148 Cyclone will replace the CH-124 Sea King as Canada’s main ship-borne maritime helicopter. This state-of-the-art aircraft will fill the Canadian Forces’ operational demands well into the 21st century.

Sikorsky Cyclone - Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) - replacement for the Sea King as Canada’s main ship-borne maritime helicopter. This state-of-the-art aircraft will fill the Canadian Forces’ operational demands well into the century.

CH-148 Cyclone

Sikorsky delivers interim Cyclone to Canadian military. [Canada, Military, News, Royal Canadian Air Force, Sikorsky]

Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone of RCAF.

Canada accepted delivery of the first six of 28 Cyclone maritime helicopters on June at Royal Canadian Air Force base Shearwater at Halifax, Nova Scotia—almost seven years later than scheduled when the contract was awarded in November Init

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Six new Cyclone maritime helicopters accepted by Ottawa after years of delays

Canadian Govt confirmed to continue deliveries of the much troubled, overdue & over estimate Sikorsky CH-148 "Cyclone".RCAF pilots began training on the "Cyclone" in August 2013.

Canada accepted delivery of the first six of 28 Cyclone maritime helicopters on June at Royal Canadian Air Force base Shearwater at Halifax, Nova Scotia—almost seven years later than scheduled when the contract was awarded in November Init

CH-148

Sikorsky Cyclone - Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) - replacement for the Sea King as Canada’s main ship-borne maritime helicopter. This state-of-the-art aircraft will fill the Canadian Forces’ operational demands well into the century.

CH-148 Cyclone

Canada halted flights on its Cyclones after one of the Sikorsky helicopters experienced a change in its descent rate during a training flight.

Canada CH-148 Cyclone

A Canadian Cyclone sits onboard HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs

A Canadian CH-148 Cyclone sits onboard HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April 18, 2015.   Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs IS16-2015-0001-005

Photos: Introducing the RCAF's newest helicopter – the Cyclone

A Canadian Cyclone sits onboard HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs

Sikorsky Delivers 6 CH-148 Cyclone Helicopters to Canada.The six helicopters represent the first of 28 Cyclone aircraft that Sikorsky will deliver to the Canadian Armed Forces to perform a full range of anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare, search and rescue, and utility missions in various environments. Sikorsky will introduce increased capabilities that will be phased in while the Royal Canadian Air Force determines operational strategy and more personnel are trained to fly and…

A Canadian Cyclone sits onboard HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs

A Canadian CH-148 Cyclone sits on board HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April 18, 2015. Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs IS16-2015-0001-004

Photos: Introducing the RCAF's newest helicopter – the Cyclone

A Canadian Cyclone sits on board HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs

A Canadian CH-148 Cyclone sits onboard HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April 18, 2015.   Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs IS16-2015-0001-003

Photos: Introducing the RCAF's newest helicopter – the Cyclone

A Canadian Cyclone sits onboard HMCS Halifax during sea trials in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia on April Photo: Jacek Szymanski, Navy Public Affairs

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