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This is the first UH-72A Lakota flight sim to be located at the U.S. Army’s primary helicopter flight training school at Fort Rucker, Ala.
Recent expansion extends the company’s maintenance and parts inventory capabilities.
FAA and EASA OK installation of Htaws on Airbus Helicopters AS332C, L and L1 Super Pumas.
Attendance was much lower than at last year’s event.
Bell Helicopter announced several management changes on December 1.
Typically, Uber aligns with an established charter operator and offers package ground-air deals involving its car service.
The aviation services provider recently took over the 250,000-sq-ft former SR Technics facility at London Stansted Airport.
Of the estimated 2,300 rotorcraft used in oil-and-gas missions today, 25 percent are produced by Airbus Helicopters, the manufacturer estimates.
New health and usage monitoring system is faster and much cheaper, company claims
Trevor Egginton broke the speed record for conventional helicopters on a closed course on Aug. 11, 1986.