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Falco EVO 

The Falco EVO is an unmanned aircraft able to perform a wide range of surveillance missions, with an endurance of over 20 hours, a link range of 200 km and a ceiling of 6,000 m. An evolution of the Falco, the Falco EVO can carry payloads of up to 100 kg. Thanks to the possibility of integrating different sensors on board, including the AESA PicoSAR radar, electro-optical sensors (EOST) and ESM (Electronic Support Measure) systems such as the SAGE, the Falco EVO can perform missions for surveillance, security, land and border monitoring, as well as prevention of environmental risks, even in the case of natural emergencies. 


The AW101 CSAR (Combat Search and Rescue) configuration, supplied to the Italian Air Force, is used for personal recovery tasks, operations with special forces and other roles in support of the population (i-e.such as search and rescue, medical evacuation and security missions (i.e.confronting potentially dangerous low-speed aircraft). The HH-101A “CAESAR” helicopters used by the Italian Air Force are part of the programme for modernising the Air Force’s helicopter fleet and are equipped with Leonardo’s avionics and mission systems.


The AW149 multi-role helicopter, in the 8-tonne category, was developed to cover a wide range of missions related to law enforcement and Armed Forces activities. Equipped with a cabin that can easily be reconfigured, it is able to carry out troop transport missions, medical evacuation and humanitarian assistance, Special Forces operations, SAR (Search and Rescue) and Combat SAR. Featuring advanced equipment, state-of-the-art avionics and weapon systems, the AW149 is able to operate in all weather conditions.


The AW159 , designed as the ideal successor to the Lynx, is one of the most widespread naval helicopters across the globe and world speed record holder (over 400 km/h).   The AW159 is a new generation multi-role military helicopter capable of operating in all weather conditions, day or night. Maritime patrol, reconaissance, surveillance, anti-submarine warfare, Search and Rescue (SAR) are the AW159’s main missions, equipped with a state-of-the-art cockpit, avionics and missions systems and completely integrated weaponry. 

Surveillance Radars

The Seaspray 7000E, the Gabbiano and the Osprey are airborne radars that are the ideal solutions for surveillance missions that require high performance. The Seaspray 7000E and Osprey radars are characterised for their cutting-edge AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) technology, particularly suited for maritime surveillance, especially for identifying small targets. The Gabbiano radar family of radars operate in X-Band and are used for surveillance at sea and along coastlines.


The AW169, a 4.6 tonne multi-role helicopter, in the EMS (Emergency Medical Service) configuration is the ideal solution for emergency medical rescue missions. The spacious cabin can accommodate one or two stretchers, placed both longitudinally and transversally), as well as medical personnel. The helicopter can be equipped with a comprehensive suite of advanced medical equipment that can provide timely assistance. 


The AW189 is the most successful commercial helicopter in the new 8-tonne weight category. Developed to meet the growing demand in the global market for a modern multi-role helicopter, the AW189 has a large load capacity and a long range, and meets the most recent and rigorous certification and safety standards. In its SAR (Search and Rescue) version, it is the helicopter chosen by the United Kingdom to manage search and rescue operations. The AW189 SAR is part of an agreement that includes the supply of an 11-unit fleet, as well as training, maintenance and support services. 


The AW139 is the most sold 6-tonne category twin-engine helicopter in the world. Designed to transport 15 passengers at the highest speeds, with the most comfortable cabin and the best power reserve of any other helicopter in its category, the AW139 ensures the operational flexibility that is required from a modern helicopter. It is able to perform different types of missions, both civil and miltary, such as passenger transport, offshore support, VIP/corporate transport, law enforcement missions, search and rescue and medical evacuation. 


The C-27J, supplied to the United States Coast Guard under the name HC-27J, is presented in the traditional livery with high visibility colours. Thanks to its excellent autonomy features, presence in operation areas for up to 12 hours, speed and payload, the aircraft is able to carry out medium-range maritime surveillance missions, search and rescue, rapid response in case of emergencies, natural disasters or homeland security activities. 

Nacelle Embraer ERJ-170/ERJ-175

With over 15,000 units delivered, Leonardo is a significant manufacturer of engine nacelles for Airbus airliners, Embraer, Superjet and ARJ regional aircraft and for Dassault business jets. Through its engineering capabilities, Leonardo designs and builds nacelles to meet the strictest thermal, aerodynamic and mechanical requirements of these complex structures.


The T-100 (an advanced variant of Leonardo’s Aermacchi M-346) is the integrated, next-generation training solution being offered for the U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Pilot Training competition. Raytheon Company is the prime contractor, with principal partners Leonardo – Finmeccanica, CAE USA and Honeywell Aerospace. The offer is completed by an advanced Ground Based Training System.


The M-346FT (Fighter Trainer), the multi-role version of the M-346 advanced trainer, is characterised by its capability to shift very easily from trainer to an operational mission configuration. The M-346FT variant integrates a series of weapon systems for tactical support and air defence,  including the Radar Warning Receiver, self-defence systems and the HMD (Helmet Mounted Display).