NSW Police land new chopper and planes

Criminals and potential terrorists in NSW will find it harder to hide from the police with the force launching three new state-of-the-art aircraft including a $16 million helicopter with “auto hover” technology.

The Bell helicopter – PolAir 2 – and two Cessna planes – PolAir 6 and 8 – were commissioned into service on Tuesday at Bankstown Airport by NSW Governor David Hurley.

The new helicopter will replace the existing PolAir 2 while one of the planes will replace PolAir 6 meaning NSW Police will now have a fleet of five helicopters and three light aircraft.

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