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Moran fears that rhetoric surrounding business-aircraft depreciation schedules has psychological and economic consequences.
Letter signed by 102 lawmakers seeks measure in FAA reauthorization bill to shield contract towers from prospect of deep cuts.
An area of Alaska larger than 39 of the 50 states has ordered a Sikorsky S-92 to fulfill its search and rescue mission.
Since taking delivery of the first revenue S-76D, National Helicopter Services has logged more than 1,300 flight hours on the helicopter.
With the new mount the ventilator can be rotated 360 degrees, allowing technicians and flight medics to precisely position the equipment.
While the VIP/corporate market remains in decline, demand for offshore machines stays high.
Heavy lift specialist is the only operator of civilian versions of the military’s Chinook and Sea Knight helicopters.
MRO provider also announces expansion of its engine rental pool following new agreement with Rolls-Royce.
The new warranty will provide coverage for three years or 2,000 hours, including labor for the first year.
Denomme is taking the reins from Jim Campbell, who is retiring after 46 years in the helicopter industry.