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December 1, 2009
Paravion Technology’s Heliporter Paravion has been producing the Heliporter for more then 20 years and the design allows one person to easily move helicopters safely and efficiently. Many options are available including lifting from the skid tubes or the cross tubes. The hydraulic system allows for smooth and easy operation into tight areas and the design allows for one unit to move many different...
December 1, 2009
AFS Certifies High Performance Filter for AW139 An inlet barrier filter (IBF) system has received Federal Aviation Administration approval for installation on AgustaWestland AW139 and Agusta/Bell AB139 helicopters. The IBF is a product of Aerospace Filtration Systems, Inc. (AFS). These filters help safeguard helicopter engines from dirt, FOD, erosion, and other potentially costly damage and helping...
December 1, 2009
ICDS Centralizes Display Controls Sagem Avionics’ integrated cockpit display system (ICDS) is a multi-role unit that can serve as a multifunction display (MFD), primary flight display (PFD), engine monitoring system (EMS), navigation display (ND), or a combination of those displays, depending on configuration. Available in 10.4, 8.4 and 6.4-inch versions, the ICDS series shows alphanumeric text and...
December 1, 2009
Helisim Introduces NH90 Trainer During a rollout ceremony in late September, Helisim Eurocopter Training Services unveiled its NH-90 full flight mission simulator. The company has already received orders for training contracts using the simulator from various parties, including the Australian Army and French Ministry of Defense. The NH90 simulator allows training in the use of night vision goggles...
December 1, 2009
BLR Aerospace Dual Tail Boom Strakes and FastFin This kit, which includes fin and the strakes, is currently certified for the Bell 204, 205, 212, and UH-1 series of helicopters. Certification on the Bell 412 is expected in the second quarter of 2010, and improves tail rotor authority by improving the aerodynamics around the tail boom and tail fin surfaces. The patented FastFin System modifies the tailboom...
December 1, 2009
Services | Maintenance CAE Flightscape has inked a deal to support Shreveport, La.-based Metro Aviation’s flight and operational...
December 1, 2009
Products | Marketplace Rotor & Wing is at the top of the list of “must-read” helicopter-related magazines in a recent white paper from BDN Aerospace Marketing. The firm asked more than...
November 1, 2009
Specialized NVG Ratings This paragraph is from a Rotor & Wing article, “NVGs Made Simple,” that ran in the September 2009 issue, on page 38: NVG Repair – There are several certified FAA Part 145 service centers that can repair, maintain and perform 180-day airworthiness inspections on NVGs and their subcomponents as specified in RTCA/DO-275. For small or medium size organizations that...
November 1, 2009
In front of a Model 107-II are (left to right) Chris Hankland, Columbia’s director of quality, FAA Inspector Aaron Kathman and Tim Vranna, manager of FAA’s Seattle Manufacturing and Inspection District Office with Columbia director of materials Chris Hansel, director of engineering Paul Trese, executive vice...
November 1, 2009
Sky Service Eurocopter EC135 operating in Kazakhstan. COMMERCIAL/OFFSHORE EADS and Eurocopter have partnered with Samruk-Kazyna to launch a public-private joint venture that will focus on...
November 1, 2009
Sikorsky Aircraft has promoted Carey Bond to president of its Global Helicopters subsidiary. He was formerly vice president and chief marketing officer. Bond will keep the CMO title and report to Sikorsky President Jeffrey Pino. Philippe Beny is the new vice president of supply chain-purchases and information systems for Safran Group company Turbomeca...
November 1, 2009
FASTTrack Gets First Customer Calgary, Canada-based Absolute Fire Solutions has delivered its first FASTTrack system to Helicorp of Melbourne, Australia. The FASTTrack technology measures, records and transmits bucket and tank data, including the amount of water, retardant or foam loaded and dropped on a particular area during firefighting missions. The tracking system is the result of three years of...
October 1, 2009
SERVICES Textron subsidiary Bell Helicopter has taken first place in the Aviation International News (AIN) yearly product support survey...
October 1, 2009
SERVICES Vector Aerospace Corp. is merging its Helicopter Services facility in Lewisville, Texas with its Engine Services-Atlantic engine repair station...
October 1, 2009
October 19 – 20: 2nd International Forum on Rotorcraft Multidisciplinary Technology, Seoul, Korea. Contact AHS Intl, phone 1-703-684-6877 or visit www.vtol.org October 20 – 22: National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) 62nd Annual Meeting & Convention, Orlando, Fla. Contact NBAA, phone 1-202-783-9000 or visit www.nbaa.org October 25: Wings, Wheels & Rotors Expo, Los Alamitos, Calif...
October 1, 2009
SERVICES The National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) in Brazil has issued approval for Kent, Wash.-based Geneva Aviation to install electronic news gathering (ENG) equipment in helicopters registered that country. The certification follows similar action by Transport Canada, and...
October 1, 2009
Vivisun Series of Switches Expands Fort Worth, Texas-based Aerospace Optics has added the Logic Series to its Vivisun product line. The company says the electromechanical switch is the first of its kind based on an integrated logic circuit. COO Loren Jensen explains that the Logic Series "has a solid-state circuit that allows different poles in the same switch to function as momentary or alternate...
October 1, 2009
The Kaman Seasprite has a retro-50s flare and the empennage looks a bit too short for the height of the fuselage. I never thought it was very pretty. But when a company invites me to test drive a helicopter, looks aren’t very important. It’s all about performance and operational capability. And trust me, what the SH-2G(I) lacks in looks, it makes up for in performance and a suite of...
October 1, 2009
How cool would it be to walk up to the Sikorsky factory and hand them a multi-million dollar check for 10 S-76s? I have wondered if buying a helicopter is as big a chore as buying a car. Then I wondered about the prospects of purchasing a bunch of helicopters for a fleet operator. How do you buy 10 big expensive helicopters at one time? Is it difficult? Are there discounts for bulk purchases? Paul...
September 1, 2009
COMMERCIAL Grand Prairie, Texas-based American Eurocopter has officially launched its U.S. customer service and fleet operations center (CSFC). The facility, located at the company’s Grand Prairie site, will serve as a global service and logistics network, along with sister fleet operations facilities in Europe (in La Durane, France) and Asia (Hong Kong, China). The CFSC opening followed an event in...
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