A CH-47D Chinook helicopter that will join New South Wales’ firefighting arsenal for the upcoming bushfire season arrived at Port Botany’s Patrick Terminals this week.
The Coulson Aviation chopper arrived at Port Botany on board the Synergy Busan from the US yesterday morning (24 November).
Engineers assembled the water-bombing aircraft on the terminal before it took off from the dock, bound for Bankstown Airport.
NSW Ports CEO Marika Calfas said the arrival demonstrated the critical role Port Botany plays in supporting the needs of the people and businesses of NSW.
“Port Botany is a key international trade gateway that manages the state’s container trade, bringing in essential imports from across the globe to support NSW communities,” she said.
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