News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
The successful helicopter airline is the rotorcraft world’s equivalent of the lost continent of Atlantis.
Finalizing an acquisition process long under way, leading aeromedical transport operator Air Methods of Denver acquired Rocky Mountain Holdings (RMH) of Pr
For the last 15 years, a northern New Jersey bank has been quietly landing its <br />AS 350 AStar on a grassy patch of ground a few yards from its Ramsey o
American Eurocopter has sold its first EC 145 in the U.S., to the Lee County (Florida) division of public safety/EMS.
Most medevac helicopter missions are a race against time, and when the helicopter loses, it’s usually a time for sadness.
Nobody beats the Russians when it comes to rotorcraft “bigness.” Mil unveiled the Mi-12 in 1971 and later hoisted a record-setting 44 tons to more than 7,0
Grand Prairie, Texas-based American Eurocopter revealed plans last month to build a major production and finishing facility at Golden Triangle Regional Air
Three aeromedical helicopter accidents claimed three lives in just 12 days in August and September, representing a cluster of successively serious mishaps
With the Italian government still investigating the cause of the April 22 crash of a prototype Bell/Agusta AB139 helicopter near Monteleone, Rimini, in nor