News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Reducing vibration and noise is key to the goal of gaining public acceptance of the rotorcraft as a routine mode of transport.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is inviting European operators to comment on its proposed operations and licensing regulations.
A 16-month, $16 million (including options) contract to service new Statoil Snøehvit production platforms in the Barents Sea has been awarded to Norsk Heli
Sikorsky plans to make Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning Systems (EGPWS) standard equipment on all future production S-76s and S-92s.
Eurocopter has developed its own concept of a modular helicopter to meet what it believes are the security requirements of the new generation of EU members
Manufacturers of newly designed helicopters will have to meet slightly revised U.S.
The FAA is proposing a technical standard order (TSO) for night vision goggles.
Dean Borgman, chairman of Sikorsky Aircraft, retired on July 1.
The pilot’s decision to rapidly maneuver the helicopter at a high density altitude near steeply sloping terrain was the cause of a fatal air-tour helicopte
The S-92 medium-twin helicopter has become the first rotorcraft to be certified by the new European Aviation Safety Agency.