News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
In the continuing legal saga involving hundreds of helicopter pilots employed by Lafayette, La.-based PHI, a spokesperson for the pilots’ union told <stron
Charles Vehlow, newly appointed president of MD Helicopters, hopes to become the strong link in a broken supply chain that has plagued the Mesa, Ariz.-base
While many medium to large turbine helicopters offer autopilots to enhance mission safety and comfort, Sikorsky is in the final stages of developing an aut
Flight-testing is well under way for a new helicopter autopilot that, compared with other currently available systems, cuts both weight and cost in half, s
A laser obstacle-avoidance system now entering service on military helicopters might prove useful for civil applications.
Over the last six years, the North American aeromedical transport industry, particularly its helicopter EMS community, has become increasingly concerned ab
The labor union representing helicopter pilots employed by PHI voted November 10 to end a two-month-long strike against the company.
AgustaWestland and Eurocopter might be competitors in the helicopter market, but they seem to be decidedly good friends when it comes to defining rotorcraf
HAI affiliate the Eastern Region Helicopter Council worked with the FAA to update the New York City VFR helicopter route chart.
Sikorsky Aircraft plans to open a new engineering center in Fort Worth, Texas, next year to support the company’s growing U.S.