News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Spanish engine company ITP has taken over Italy’s Aeromaritime, adding three new centers to its helicopter turboshaft maintenance network.
The British Columbia Supreme Court has approved CHC Helicopter’s planned $3.7 billion sale to a fund controlled by Connecticut-based First Reserve.
Tail-rotor cracking has prompted the FAA to issue an Airworthiness Directive for Bell helicopters.
It took a deadly act of terrorism to knock the nation’s fleet of electronic newsgathering (ENG) helicopters out of the air and, ironically, it required ano
British International has ambitions to introduce scheduled services in the UK within the next 10 years using the proposed Bell/Agusta BA619 tiltrotor airli
For the helicopter owner, operator or flight program looking to cut costs while simultaneously maintaining or expanding existing levels of service, Agusta’
There are some jobs only helicopters can do.
Agusta has delivered the first A109E Power to be driven by Turbomeca’s newly FAA-certified Arrius 2K1 engines to Erie, Pa.-based aeromedical transport prov
AgustaWestland scored a big win last month with the sale of 12 new search-and-rescue (SAR)-configured EH 101 helicopters to the Portuguese government.
It’s a sad fact of economic life that there is often opportunity in tragedy, and while some helicopter industry leaders aren’t necessarily looking to cash