News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tiltrotors and unmanned air vehicles.
CMA-9000 flight management system and CMA-5024 GPS/Waas landing system have been selected on the Airbus Helicopters EC225e.
On the first day of the JetExpo show, Bell Helicopter announced two more sales to Russian clients.
Airbus Helicopters believes lifting restrictions on private helicopter flights over Moscow would significantly boost rotorcraft orders in Russia.
U.S. investment paltry compared with that of Europe and Canada.
Helicopter manufacturer forgoes advanced X4 cockpit, electric backup motor for singles.
Three new ADS-B radios in Mexico will enhance surveillance capabilities over the Gulf.
The new $26.3 million, 82,300-sq-ft hangar is slated for completion by June next year.
Combination of the two European operators will create a 59-strong helicopter fleet.
FAA acknowledges “that the evolution of Parts 27 and 29 has not kept pace with technology and the capability of rotorcraft produced currently.”
Commenters indicated a substantial interest in revising and restructuring the certification standards, prompting the FAA review.