A F660RA.2.26 transports two helicopters

A heavy-duty Fassi crane with 60 tm of lifting capacity was involved in the exceptional transport of two helicopters. These two aircrafts owned by the Swedish coast guard were moved by a Danish transport company from the small Säve airport and transported 20 km to Gothenburg harbour, where they were then sent by ship to Baltimore, USA.

A Danish transport company has used a vehicle equipped with a Fassi F660RA.2.26 crane. In this case lifting the helicopters was challenging because it happened in a hangar, and then with strict limitations of overall height. But the reliability and accuracy of the lifting performed by Fassi cranes fits very well to these particularly delicate operations.

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