News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
The year since Heli-Expo 2004 has not been a bad one for the helicopter industry, all things considered.
<b>Bell 407, Newberry, S.C., July 13, 2004</b>–The NTSB blamed the EMS helicopter accident on the pilot’s failure to maintain terrain clearance as a result
MacCarthy Interiors in Surrey, England, has delivered its first Sikorsky S-92 with an executive interior.
A helicopter service connecting Manhattan with New York City airports is due to start this month.
Eurocopter last year secured orders for 401 new civil/parapublic and military helicopters, up from 322 in 2004.
In January, the Helicopter Association International (HAI) urged its members to press their Congressional representatives to support improved communication
On January 25 the NTSB Office of Aviation Safety presented a special investigation report on EMS and helicopter EMS (HEMS) operations, attributing a number
Boise, Idaho-based Aviation Specialties Unlimited has installed night-vision goggles in Reach Air Medical Services’ Agusta A109, Bell 407 and BO 105 fleet.
FH1100 Manufacturing will offer all-turbine pilot training in the Florida panhandle beginning in May.
Turbomeca is investing approximately $50 million to expand production and product support activities at its Grand Prairie, Texas facility.<br /><br />The a