Boeing, Leonardo Aim To Replace Huey With MH-139

Credit: Aviation Week took a ride on the Boeing-branded Leonardo AW139 demonstration aircraft in Philadelphia on May 1: James Drew
Boeing is going all-in with its new partner Leonardo Helicopters for the U.S. Air Force’s $2-3 billion UH-1N Huey Replacement competition. The company is pitching the U.S.-made MH-139, built in Philadelphia, to meet the service’s requirement for an aircraft with superior speed, range, payload...

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