News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Accident aircraft had logged 567 hours since its first flight in November 2006 and was scheduled to complete flight-testing by the end of next year.
Dan Schultz to lead new Lockheed Martin business unit formed by Sikorsky, which will remain headquartered in Stratford, Connecticut.
Only 16 percent of the domestic civil helicopter fleet had complied with modern requirements for crash-resistant fuel systems at the end of last year.
Helicopter manufacturer to have its more training and customer service facilities in the region soon
Technology demonstrator is showing that flying a helicopter without a pilot could be feasible for some missions.
AAR operates a helicopter fleet which helps it support U.S. Navy fleets in the Middle East and wider theater.
Fly-by-wire controls reduce pilot workload and therefore improve safety, Bell says.
The Bell 407-derived NorthStar Aviation 407MRH is on display at the Dubai Air Show for the first time.
Airframer sees market share improving amidst overall declining markets
Now in its 16th year, Russian arms export agency Rosoboronexport continues to achieve high sales on the global market.