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SAF is adding three more five-bladed Airbus Helicopters H145s to its air ambulance fleet in France and Belgium.
The Black Hawk helicopter's snorkel was observed swinging "violently" before impacting the main rotors and perhaps the tailboom.
Airbus, Safran, Dassault, Onera, and the French Ministry of Transport launch study to evaluate burning 100 percent SAF.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said it would investigate the use of one of its helicopters at a Minnesota protest.
Safran Arrano engine approval brings FAA certification closer for Airbus Helicopters H160.
This latest incident fuels the debate on the proper use of law enforcement helicopters.
A group of minority shareholders have filed a lawsuit against majority shareholders saying they are attempting to move Icon Aircraft IP to China.
F. Lee Bailey owned Enstrom from 1971-1979.
The head of Pfizer's corporate flight department detailed the integral role his operation played in getting a Covid-19 vaccine to market.
Gorka previously announced maintenance agreements covering Airbus EC130 and AS350 series helicopters.