Heliports Airports, Heliports and FBOs
New developments at heliports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, and acquisitions.
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
The French Ministry of Transport has launched a study to establish several helipads or heliports in the Paris area within two years.
The application by the Burbank Glendale Pasadena Airport Authority (BGPAA) to establish a nighttime noise curfew for Stage 3 aircraft at Bob Hope Airport (
The French government launched a study to add several helipads in the Paris area before the summer of 2011.
Entities that build private approaches, departures and airways for helicopters have an obligation to maintain them, cautions Steve Hickok, who is now into
While the legal wrangling continues, a new operator took over New York’s Downtown Manhattan Heliport last month.
Elmira/Corning, N.Y.-based FirstFlight assumed operational control of the Downtown Manhattan Heliport on November 1.
The FAA reports that there are 99 approved helipads within a 20-nm radius of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and approval for four more is pending
New York and Las Vegas are two of the most rarefied helicopter markets in the country.