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Old 2009-08-02, 19:25   #21
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No pretty sure its the Puma, maybe its the Super Puma, what oil workers use to go from land to their rigs.

Ahh here we are 18 survive UK Helicopter crash: Super Pumas can float

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The helicopter managed to land in the water upright and stayed afloat due to a safety feature that deploys inflatable bags when a Super Puma lands on water.

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Old 2009-08-02, 19:44   #22
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yeah thats happened a few times now, with the same company i think...


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Old 2009-08-02, 20:24   #23
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also, you dont need to post alot of ''................................'''its enoying..
Im sorry,but this was a question,i thod the Merlin HC3 was a Puma................
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Old 2009-08-02, 22:53   #24
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its *thought*, and you dont need to post so much .'s
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Old 2009-08-03, 01:09   #25
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No pretty sure its the Puma, maybe its the Super Puma, what oil workers use to go from land to their rigs.

Ahh here we are 18 survive UK Helicopter crash: Super Pumas can float
Lift bags are a safety feature for many helicopters, but the Super Puma does not have the "boat hull fuselage" of the H-3 Sea Kings/Jolly Green Giants. They can make water landings with or without the assistance of flotation bags, depending on water conditions (except for the civil models). The fact that they have been around for so long (almost 50 years!) as naval and/or SAR helicopters is no doubt due in part to this capability.
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Old 2009-08-03, 09:37   #26
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I asked a question,and i got my answer..........Thread is dead.......
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