LONDON—Airbus Helicopters is preparing to fly the second prototype of its new-generation H160 twin-engine medium helicopter by the end of this year. The second aircraft—known as PT2—will also be the first aircraft equipped with Turbomeca’s Arrano 1A engine, which will now be the sole source engine for the aircraft, following the company’s decision in February not to offer the aircraft with Pratt & Whitney Canada’s (P&WC) PW210 powerplant. The ...

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