News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Mike Redenbaugh has made quite an impact at Bell in the 18 months since he became the company’s CEO.
It’s a good bet that you’ve seen Al Cerullo’s work, even if you don’t recognize his name.
Advanced human-machine interfaces now making their debut on business jets are finding their way into helicopter cockpits.
Oil-rig support company Seacor Holdings has completed a $118.1 million purchase of Era Aviation.
Representative Curt Weldon (R-Pa.) supports efforts to establish a new center for rotorcraft innovation (CRI) in Pennsylvania.
Meanwhile, the Helicopter Association of Australia (HAA) has set up a disaster committee that will help local and international agencies quickly pinpoint t
Engineers from British consortium FBH (Bristow Helicopters and FR Group) are maintaining two Bell 212s that have been sent from Brunei to Sumatra, to suppo
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.