News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
An ongoing investigation into the August 10 fatal crash of an S-76C+ in the Baltic Sea has led the NTSB to ask the FAA to take “urgent” action on several r
Following the crash of a Sikorsky S-76 into the Gulf of Mexico, the two pilots and 10 passengers survived several hours in the water before being rescued,
Sikorsky reported Tuesday that it received FAA certification for its S-76C++ helicopter, an improved version of the S-76C+.
Investigations into two accidents involving Eurocopter AS 350A and AS 350B2 helicopters led the NTSB to determine that the hydraulic pump drive belt (P/N 7
Twenty-nine-year-old Chana Daskal, the sole survivor of an Aug.
A pilot has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter charges, following an accident in Hawaii last September that killed three passengers.
The Helicopter Association International (HAI) has sent an urgent congressional alert to its members to contact their legislators about resolving continued
Predictions for the number of civil helicopter deliveries over the next decade differ widely, according to forecasts released at the Helicopter Association
Bell Helicopter, which builds the 206 and 407 single-turbine rotorcraft, unveiled the seven-seat Model 417 at the Helicopter Association International’s He
In response to recommendations of the joint industry/government International Helicopter Safety Team, MD Helicopters will include as standard equipment on