News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Turbomeca’s subsidiary CGTM, known primarily as the engine manufacturer’s flight-test center, plans to offer a new air filter for the Eurocopter AS 350 Ecu
Swiss start-up company Helips is striving to raise funds that would allow full program launch for a family of three- to five-seat, diesel-powered helicopte
Erickson Air-Crane is giving its star heavy lifter, the S-64 Aircrane, a makeover.
Swiss-based simulation specialist Elite is now offering a helicopter flight-training device (FTD).
The first edition of the International Heli Trade helicopter show in Geneva last month seems to have met exhibitors’ expectations.
As <b>AIN</b> was going to press, the first of four S-64 Aircranes arrived in Italy (see '<link http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/vint
Bell/Agusta has delivered a second AB139 to the government of Namibia.
Washington MedStar is to equip its fleet of EC 135s and a BK 117 with the Sky Connect Tracker system, which will allow its operations center to monitor the
The maiden flight of the US101 took place at Westland’s plant at Yeovil, England, last month.
The Department of Homeland Security has awarded American Eurocopter a contract to supply no fewer than 56 EC 120s to the U.S.