News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Erlanger Medical Center’s Life Force aeromed rescue service has become the first in the U.S.
Bristow Helicopters is suing Sikorsky and its parent company, United Technologies, for negligence over a crash in which a Sikorsky S-76A plunged into the N
The Helicopter Association International has approached Congress advocating a significant improvement in the low-altitude air-traffic infrastructure in the
En route from Wycombe Air Park, northwest of London, to Shoreham on the south coast of England, a Hughes 269C broke into two sections, with the cockpit app
Bell Helicopter is “optimizing” its product line to accelerate deliveries of its high-demand aircraft, namely the Bell 407, 412 and 429.
Eurocopter has denied a report in the March 7 Washington Times that it sent spare parts to Iraq for its Gazelle military helicopters.
In the late winter of 1923, these 12 men were most of the workforce of the fledgling Sikorsky Aircraft.
With a max gross weight of nearly 29,000 pounds, the Mil Mi-17 is no small helicopter.
If all flights took place in flawless conditions, in ideal weather and with perfectly designed aircraft that are maintained to impossibly impeccable standa
Asked to visualize an environmentally “green” helicopter, most of us would think of a rotorcraft that was quiet.