The Canadian government has issued a request for proposals to replace its aging fleet of Coast Guard helicopters. The Canadian Coast Guard has a requirement for up to 16 light helicopters, with the option of an additional four. The Canadian Department of Fisheries & Oceans, the umbrella agency for the Coast Guard, issued a tender for the aircraft on April 3. It is looking for procurement proposals by June. The Coast Guard uses the helicopters for a range of support activities ...
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