News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
In August 1987 the National Parks Overflight Act (NPOA) mandated that the FAA and National Parks Service (NPS) work together to achieve “substantial restor
The obstacle clearance panel (OCP), a group of experts in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), is designing more suitable IFR procedures f
Houston-based Bristow has exercised options to acquire four more Sikorsky S-92s.
The Office and Professional Employee International Union says that the pilot strike it led at PHI had a significant effect on the company’s 2006 financial
Helicopter Support has received certification from American Eurocopter to support the AS 350, AS 355, EC 120 and BO 105.
Sikorsky last month opened a 25,000-sq-ft Design Engineering Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Sikorsky on April 10 announced that the FAA has certified the Sikorsky S-76C++ for operation in falling and blowing snow.
AgustaWestland has announced orders for six AW139s in Australia.
In late March Eurocopter inaugurated the new Eurocopter España plant in Albacete, in east central Spain.
The Bell 429 has received its production rotor blades.