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Babcock extends Contracts in SA and NT

Babcock Australasia has had its rotary wing contract with the Government of South Australia has been extended until October 2022. The company currently delivers Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Search and Rescue (SAR) and airborne law enforcement services for the South Australian State Helicopter Rescue Service (SRHS).

The contract extension includes an additional Bell 412 helicopter which will be based at Adelaide Airport, which will replace an EC130, and will be operating alongside two existing Bell 412s.

The Minister for Police and Emergency Services, the Honourable Vincent Tarzia MP, recently visited Babcock Australasia’s hangar at Adelaide Airport where he

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