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May 27, 2008
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson wants the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the abrupt Feb. 3 shutdown of Silver State Helicopters, according to The...
May 22, 2008
Certified by the FAA in 1978, Sikorsky Aircraft intermediate, twin-engine helicopter entered service in 1979. Originally intended for the offshore and executive transport markets, the S-76 line marked the 30th anniversary of its FAA certification this year and...
May 21, 2008
U.S. FAA officials responsible for regulation of obstacle marking and lighting are weighing whether to approve a Norwegian-developed system as an alternate means of marking powerlines. Oslo-based OCAS developed the...
May 19, 2008
The union representing government aviation inspectors says Canada’s plan to shift regulatory oversight duties to helicopter operators is dangerous, according to the Canwest News Service. "I...
May 14, 2008
The latest hazard to safe helicopter flight in the United States comes in the form of wind farms. These collections of modern-day windmills, seen as an environmentally friendly energy option to gas, coal, and nuclear powerplants, are proliferating. The U.S. Energy...
May 13, 2008
MD Helicopters has reached a deal with Mesa, Ariz. that will keep the manufacturer at the city-owned Falcon Field Airport, according to published reports. The Arizona Republic quoted MD's corporate counsel, Randy Walti, as saying the...
May 8, 2008
BLR Aerospace has named Airborne Engines to sell its performance-enhancing system of dual tailboom strakes and the FastFin vertical stabilizer. Everett...
May 7, 2008
In what may be a sign that big airlines are losing their fight for user fees, talks have broken down over new funding for the U.S. FAA. The Wall Street Journal reports recent attempts at a bipartisan compromise in...
May 7, 2008
CHC Helicopter has hired Worldwide Helicopter Solutions to provide on-site avionics system training at its bases in Australia, The Netherlands...
May 1, 2008
PRODUCTS | AIRFRAMES Looking back at 2007, one can’t help being impressed by the scale of events aimed at shaping the future of the Russian helicopter industry. After consolidating all design and manufacturing assets under Helicopters of Russia holding, the Industry and Energy Ministry came up with a program outlining production development for the next seven years. According to it, Russia should...
May 1, 2008
NEWS Any move of MD Helicopters’ production lines from their current Mesa, Ariz. site would require re-certification by the FAA. That process could take anywhere from weeks to a year, according to agency officials. It is unclear whether MD would keep existing production lines running until the FAA approved use of the new ones to maintain delivery schedules during recertification. The company did not...
April 28, 2008
Enstrom Helicopter Corp. has delivered three new turbine 480B to its newest international dealer, Aerolineas Ejecutivas S.A. de C.V. in Mexico, and a customer of that dealer there...
April 16, 2008
Keystone Helicopter has won approval to certify modifications to specific rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft for the FAA. The Sikorsky Aircraft subsidiary...
April 8, 2008
The state of the rotorcraft industry, the prospects for new business development, and the potential impact of a U.S. recession and global economic downturn are collectively the focus of an Aviation Today...
April 4, 2008
U.S. Helicopter Corp. has gotten a new infusion of cash from its investors. The New York City-based air taxi operator received gross proceeds of $2.5 million for two strategic investors. It is obligated to use about $613,000 to repay a...
April 3, 2008
MD Helicopters has narrowed its options for a new home to four sites, none of which is its current airport in Mesa, Ariz., according published reports. The Arizona Republic quoted MD CEO Lynn Tilton as saying she’d extended her deadline for...
April 2, 2008
Chelton Flight Systems reports it has begun field installation of its synthetic-vision glass-cockpit software capable of integrating and displaying Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast...
April 2, 2008
The FAA has determined that a tire from a landscaper’s helicopter is what crashed through the roof of a home just east...
April 1, 2008
AGUSTAWESTLAND ARRIVES AT Heli-Expo with key civil product lines logging strong sales but military ones beset by problems. The manufacturer’s AW139 medium twin is proving a popular and versatile aircraft in diverse markets. AgustaWestland is featuring the AW139 in its display, showcasing the aircraft it delivered to its program partern Honeywell. Honeywell provided the Primus Epic avionics suite for...
April 1, 2008
Where is Raymond Orteig when we need him? Aviation history buffs know that name as belonging to the hotelier who in 1919 offered $25,000 to the first to fly nonstop between New York and Paris. The more recognizable name associated with his is that of Charles Lindbergh, who claimed the prize after landing The Spirit of St. Louis at Le Bourget airfield on May 20, 1927 following a solo flight of 33 hr, 29 min...
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