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(MSN:70-1825) With 2 GE T700-701C engines and the same standard as those UH-60L in US Army's fleet (of course there was no weapon), B-HZI first entered the Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force (HKAAF) as HKG-22 on 2 March 1993. It entered the HKGFS's fleet with an ICAO reg VR-HZI on 1 April 1993 after the disbandment of HKAAF 1 day before, and then changed into B-HZI after Handover of Hong Kong from Britain to PRC. It finally withdrew from HKGFS on 22 Jan 2003, its licence was terminated on 9 Oct 2003 and it was sent back to Sikorsky by a chartered An124 (RA-82014) on 11 Oct 2003. Moreover, because of a further reclamation in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour, this heliport has been closed on 21 Nov 2003.

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(MSN:70-1825) With 2 GE T700-701C engines and the same standard as those UH-60L in US Army's fleet (of course there was no weapon), B-HZI first entered the Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force (HKAAF) as HKG-22 on 2 March 1993. It entered the HKGFS's fleet with an ICAO reg VR-HZI on 1 April 1993 after the disbandment of HKAAF 1 day before, and then changed into B-HZI after Handover of Hong Kong from Britain to PRC. It finally withdrew from HKGFS on 22 Jan 2003, its licence was terminated on 9 Oct 2003 and it was sent back to Sikorsky by a chartered An124 (RA-82014) on 11 Oct 2003. Moreover, because of a further reclamation in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour, this heliport has been closed on 21 Nov 2003.

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