News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Industry lobbying group the Union Française de l’Hélicoptère (UFH) is stepping up its efforts to improve public acceptance of helicopter operations in Fran
The FAA is about to change helicopter certification rules to align them with the current performance levels of the aircraft they regulate.
Bell Helicopter recently issued new information letters expressing concern about BLR Aerospace tailboom strakes.
The Los Angeles Interagency Metropolitan Police Apprehension Crime Task Force (L.A.
Bristow Group last month announced that it had received an extension of an existing contract with Integrated Aviation Consortium (IAC) in the North Sea for
AgustaWestland recently announced several orders from African countries and Switzerland.
Sky Connect has obtained STCs for its equipment on the Bell 206 (B and L-1/3/4) and Sikorsky S-76 (A through C).
China is expected to require 2,763 civil helicopters of all types in the next 20 years, Zhang Hongbiao, general manager of AVIC II, said recently.
Pratt & Whitney Canada on October 18 successfully completed the first run of its 1,000-shp-class PW210 turboshaft.
The Polish government has launched a call for tenders for 23 EMS light-twin helicopters.