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The AgustaWestland AW109 is a lightweight, twin-engine, eight-seat multi-purpose helicopter built by the Italian manufacturer Leonardo (formerly AgustaWestland, merged into the new Finmeccanica since 2016). The rotorcraft had the distinction of being the first all-Italian helicopter to be mass-produced.

Developed as the A109 by Agusta, it originally entered service in 1976 and has since been used in various roles, including light transport, medevac, search-and-rescue, and military roles. The AW109 has been in continuous production for 40 years. The AgustaWestland AW119 is a derivative of the AW109, the main difference being that it is powered only by a single engine instead.

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  • Albania
    • Albanian Air Force
  • Algeria
    • Gendarmerie Nationale
    • Algerian Police
  • Argentina
    • Argentine Army
  • Australia
    • Royal Australian Navy
  • Bangladesh
    • Bangladesh Navy
  • Belgium
    • Belgian Air Compoment
  • Bulgaria
    • Bulgarian Border Police
  • Chile
    • Carabineros de Chile
  • Greece
    • Hellenic Air Force
  • Italy
    • Aeronautica Militare
    • Carabinieri
    • Guardia di Finanza
    • Italian Army
    • Italian State Police
    • State Forestry Corps
    • Vigili del Fuoco
  • Japan
    • Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department
  • Latvia
    • State Border Guard
  • Malaysia
    • Royal Malaysian Army
  • Mexico
    • Mexican Air Force
  • New Zealand
  • Royal New Zealand Air Force
  • Nigeria
    • Nigerian Air Force
    • Nigerian Navy
  • Oman
    • Royal Oman Police
  • Panama
    • Panamanian Aeronaval Service
  • Paraguay
    • Paraguayan Air Force
  • Peru
    • Peruvian Army
  • Philippines
    • Philippine Air Force
    • Philippine Navy
  • Slovenia
    • Slovenian Air Force
    • Slovenian Ministry of Defence
    • Slovenian Police
  • South Africa
    • South African Air Force
  • Sweden
    • Swedish Armed Forces
  • Turkmenistan
    • Turkmen Air Force
  • Uganda
    • Ugandan National Police
  • United Kingdom
    • British Army Air Corps
  • United States
    • United States Coast Guard
  • Venezuela
    • Venezuelan Army

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