Chief Border Guard Serhiy Deyneko at Zhuliany Airport where a pair of Airbus H-125 helicopters have landed, set to replenish the agency&#39;s fleet Wing.com.ua Two Airbus H125 helicopters, which will become part of Ukraine&#39;s State Border Guard Service fleet, have landed at Zhuliany Airport in Kyiv. "The first pair of H125 helicopters for the State Border Guard Service arrives in Kyiv," the agency wrote in a statement. According to the agreements signed between the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Airbus Helicopters, the unified system of aviation security and safety of Ukraine is set to be replenished with 55 helicopters. Read alsoNATO, Ukraine in 2020 to conduct large-scale joint exercises in response to Russia&#39;s actions in Black Sea region Of these, the State Border Guard Service will receive 24 helicopters. Before that, specialists who will service aviation and radio-electronic equipment, as well as pilots, had gone to France to undergo training. At the Airbus Training Center in France, the first group of aviation mechanics that will be servicing French helicopters in the future has already completed their training at the Airbus facility. As UNIAN reported earlier, the contract between Airbus Helicopters and the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior for the purchase of 55 civil helicopters destined for search and rescue (SAR), public services, and emergency medical service (EMS) missions in the country, was signed July 14, 2018. The 55 aircraft include 21 repurposed H225s, and 10 brand new H145s and 24 H125. The contract also foresees the setting up of a local training and maintenance center. The H125, an Airbus bestseller, is a light single-engine helicopter that has earned its reputation as a true multi-mission workhorse thanks to its high levels of performance, exceptional maneuverability, excellent visibility and low vibration levels in the cabin, with an optimized maintenance plan that contributes to reduced operating costs for the customer. The aircraft, with its new flat floor can be quickly and easily reconfigured for various missions, including aerial work, firefighting, law enforcement, search and rescue, and passenger transport.