Airports, Heliports and FBOs Heliports
New developments at heliports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, and acquisitions.
A senior member of both the House aviation subcommittee and Homeland Security Committee is urging the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to re-op
Helicopter operators wanting to fly into London now have a less costly alternative to the London Heliport at Battersea.
The new passenger terminal at the London Heliport was officially opened on July 13.
Acceding to community noise complaints, New York helitour operators and officials from the city’s Economic Development Corporation have agreed on a new set
Residents of lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, N.Y., are flooding officials with noise complaints in the days since helicopter tour flights relocated to the So
A lawsuit recently filed involving a charter operator versus the Massachusetts airport at which it is based could set a precedent regarding what constitute
The court-appointed trustee in the 2008 Silver State Helicopters (SSH) collapse has filed suit against the company’s ex-CEO, Jerry Airola, and his top depu
Operators using the newly activated automatic dependence surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) ATC and information system in the Gulf of Mexico will likely see fl
FlightAware (Booth No.1693), the first company to offer free flight tracking of private and commercial aircraft, has announced its new FBO Toolbox, a Web-b
The French Ministry of Transport has launched a study to establish several helipads or heliports in the Paris area within two years.