Bringing back the Agusta Name

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In this Asian Skycast episode, we speak with Manuela Barbarossa, the Head of VIP/Corporate Segment Marketing at Leonardo.

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Why did you decide to bring back the Agusta brand?


Will only some helicopters come under the Agusta brand?


What are your views of the current market?


Are you seeing much interest from first-time buyers?


Can you tell me more about Casa Agusta that you presented during the Dubai Air Show?


Is infrastructure an area that Leonardo could expand into?


Why did you choose to unveil everything at the same time?


Is there a target entry into service date for the AW609?


Where do you think the biggest markets for the AW609 will be?


Agusta Leonardo Manuela Barbarossa

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