From The Yorkshire Times.
The second of Yorkshire Air Ambulance’s brand new helicopters has taken to the skies over North Yorkshire.
The £6m Airbus H145 aircraft is now fully operational following the completion of crew training and a full medical fit-out.
It is based at Yorkshire Air Ambulance’s northern air base at RAF Topcliffe, near Thirsk, and completes the replacement of the rapid response emergency service’s two, ageing MD902 Explorer aircraft.
Last September the first H145 went into service, flying from the charity’s air support unit at Nostell, near Wakefield.
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