News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Impairment charge, lower Air Medical profit contribute to PHI's 2018 $141 million loss
PHI said it would continue to operate while it restructures under federal bankruptcy protection.
Leonardo said it holds orders for more than 60 Trekkers from customers in Europe, North and Latin America, and Asia.
Aided by the success of its helicopter division, Leonardo posts strong 2018 financial results.
Two were aboard a Bristow Bell 407 that crashed on Sunday near Galliano, Louisiana
Credit rating agency Moody's downgrades $750 million worth of Bristow debt, citing a variety of company problems
Airbus Helicopters took in orders for 43 aircraft at this week's Heli-Expo in Atlanta
Sikorsky suggests that urban mobility solutions might also come from non-aviation companies.
Safran has produced more than 12,000 units in the past 40 years.
Matt Zuccaro says the rotorcraft industry's level of equipage ahead of the FAA's Jan. 1, 2020 mandate, is not where it should be.