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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Iran tests home-made helicopter

An official from Iran’s army has said an Iranian-made 14-seat helicopter has successfully passed its first flight test.

General Mohammad Ali Ahmadabadi, Managing Director of Iran's Helicopter Renovation and Logistics Company (PANHA) said now the final tests were carried out on the semi-heavy “Homa” helicopter, IRNA news agency reported on February 16.

Homa, which is the third Iran-made helicopter, can be armed with various weapon systems and get equipped with a radar-evading capability.

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