News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
The MRO company, which changed its logo and launched a new website during Heli-Expo, can now provide services for the T53 engine.
The MRO recently relocated its Canadian headquarters and established new services for the the AW139, the S-92 and the venerable S-61.
RemoteFlo provides pilots with real-time fuel-flow information on their GPS or flight management system.
Now QAI Aerospace, the company’s new name reflects its various worldwide services.
The autopilot can fit on all aircraft, including the lightest platforms.
In its 4th annual Asian civil helicopter report, Asian Sky Group saw a 4 percent increase in turbine-powered rotorcraft in 2016.
Lord is adding a number of new repair offerings and launching an MRO mobile services app.
Growth comes as JSSI builds up a support team for the helicopter segment.
The company reached the milestone delivered its first helicopter, the R22, in 1979.
Pratt & Whitney Canada is introducing a range of predictive and prognostic technology to make its helicopter engines more cost effective to operate.