A CH-148 Cyclone helicopter moves into position over the flight deck of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Montreal, for deck evolutions on April 20, 2016 off the coast of Nova Scotia.
Photo: Leading Seaman Dan Bard, Formation Imaging Services, Halifax, Nova Scotia
A Royal Canadian Air Force CH-148 Cyclone will land at Ottawa’s E.Y. Centre on the morning of Monday May 27, 2019 so it can be on display for CANSEC 2109. Following the conference, the Cyclone will depart the E.Y. Centre at approximately 5 p.m. on May 31.The helicopter will be on static display. The Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries CANSEC conference runs from May 29-30. The Cyclone’s presence at the conference will allow representatives from the global defence and security industries to see Canada’s new maritime helicopter up close, according to the RCAF.