News and issues concerning general aviation, specifically airplanes and helicopters powered by piston and alternative engines (i.e., non-turbine powered aircraft). Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Operators who lease their aircraft find the Hawkeye 7200 particularly useful, because they don’t need to install any equipment in the aircraft.
With one device, CXC Simulations has created a simulation environment that replicates aircraft and cars.
News of a new autoclave production process
Seven general aviation leaders took on the big problems that plague general aviation today during an hour-long dialogue at Heli-Expo
Emby-Riddle chancellor Dr. Frank Ayers presented an honorary plaque to Gordon Jiroux, president and CEO of UHI
Production is back up to eight to nine helicopters per week: one R22, three R66s and four to five R44s.
The new scissor lift eases ground handling for the aircraft
The Mesa, Ariz. Aerospace Aftermarket division is refocused on parts manufacturing, repair and overhaul.
The air-medical and heli-tour operator flies more than 400 helicopters at 186 bases in the U.S.
Supplemental type certificates for the new RMCI HUMS are expected this year for Airbus and Bell single-engine helicopters.