Rotor & Wing Magazine :: Services :: Dealers, Distributors & Brokers

Displaying 281 - 297 of 297 stories.
June 1, 2006
Emerging demand for Western-built helicopters spurs certification activities, as well as development of maintenance and training facilities. The fleet of western-built helicopters is growing here. More than 135 have been imported since the Soviet Union's break-up, most since 2000. There are several options for registering aircraft in Russia, so official statistics are very sketchy. The one way to get...
February 1, 2006
At the helicopter industry's premier event, manufacturers and vendors parade their newest and best. Here's a sampling of what's on the convention center floor. As the premier gathering of the helicopter industry, Heli-Expo is a showcase for companies offering their products and services to rotorcraft owners, operators, pilots and aficionados. The event is so big that some companies can get lost in the...
January 1, 2006
LIFT Helps Helicopter Customers Hover Higher Aviall's LIFT (Logistics Inventory Flight Team) program offers a variety of services tailor-made to each helicopter operation, all designed to add value and cost reductions to a customer's bottom line. The program's benefits include access to more than 220 product lines, local stocking, central inventory, inventory management, electronic ordering via the...
January 1, 2006
Eurocopter has finally moved to plug a long-standing gap in its product line, signing a pact to develop its next helicopter, the 7-9-ton EC175, with Chinese industry. This EC175 will compete head on with the AgustaWestland/Bell Helicopter AB139. Both its launch and AgustaWestland's November buyout of Bell's stake in the AB139 confirm that the 6-8 tonne market segment is widely seen as a highly profitable...
January 1, 2006
Delays in fielding the BA609 civil tilt-rotor was one reason AgustaWestland ended its partnership with Bell Helicopter on the AB139 medium-twin. "When we started, we were thinking to go into the market with the 609 and 139 together" and the joint Bell/Agusta Aerospace Co. selling both made sense, AgustaWestland CEO Guiseppe Orsi said. With the BA609's service entry delayed until...
January 1, 2006
MD Helicopters' new owner is moving quickly to patch up the company's relations with customers and suppliers as part of her plan to make the Mesa, Ariz. company viable. According to Lynn Tilton, founder of the New York distressed-debt investment firm Patriach Partners, which bought MD in July, she has spent millions of dollars above the purchase price to pay debts to suppliers, stock spares and restart the...
January 1, 2006
CONTRACTS Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. received multiple contracts for its series of helicopters, to include a $69.4 million modification to a firm-fixed-price contract for "unique configuration" to the Black Hawk helicopters and a $14.4 million firm-fixed-price indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity option contract for the repair and overall for H-60 tail rotor blades. Other contracts for Sikorsky...
January 1, 2006
PEOPLE The Helicopter Assn. International has named the recipients of its 2005 "Salute to Excellence" awards. Dr. Walter B. Comeaux, Lafayette, La., is the recipient of the Lawrence D. Bell Memorial Award. David S. Whyte, vice president (ret'd), Alpine Helicopters Ltd., Kelowna, British Columbia, is the latest winner of the Joe Mashman Safety Award. John Holland, regional aviation director, Air...
February 1, 2005
European and U.S. helicopter makers came to December's show in part to test the waters of Middle East markets. Companies ranging from Eurocopter and AgustaWestland to specialists like U.K.-based Jewers Specialist Doors for hangars and Powervamp, which produces ground power units, attended. Commercial Director Gary Owen said Powervamp is tapping the market with two distributors established there and are...
February 1, 2005
Congressman Curt Weldon and industry leaders have agreed to establish the Center for Rotorcraft Innovation near Philadelphia. Industry had resisted the powerful...
February 1, 2005
MD Helicopters Corp. is still in contention as a viable helicopter manufacturer, with talks continuing with Sikorsky as a possible "white knight" to save the Mesa, Ariz.-based company. Although MD employees were forced to take unpaid...
February 1, 2005
HAI has named the recipients of its annual Awards of Excellence, to be presented at Heli-Expo 2005 in Anaheim, Calif. Winners of the Life Time Achievement awards are Jack Real, chairman emeritus of Evergreen Aviation Museum in McMinnville, Ore., and Wesley G. Lematta, founder and chairman of Columbia Helicopters, Inc. in Portland, Ore. During his career, Real worked for aviation industry giants such as...
January 1, 2005
CIVIL With Eye on Customers, Turbomeca Alters Organization, Overhauls African Facility As part of an ongoing efforts to improve its service to (and standing with) customers, Turbomeca has created a new division to reinforce and coordinate a campaign to optimize its production process. The company created a new Production Div., attached to its Operations Div., to improve production processes as well as...
January 1, 2005
People Mike Robbins has joined Composite Technology, Inc. (CTI) as director of business development. Formerly marketing manager for Latin America at Bell Helicopter, he began his career in the U.S. Air Force and has spent 20 years in the helicopter industry, working in a variety of international positions. He will spearhead the growth of CTI's military programs and identify new global opportunities. The...
July 1, 2004
Although not considered the major showcase for helicopters, this air show will still see the industry well represented. Without a doubt, Farnborough is THE major air show for the international aerospace industry for any given even numbered year. It is not, however, THE major show for the world’s helicopter industry. That honor goes to HAI’s annual Heli-Expo. Nonetheless, the industry will be...
May 1, 2004
Attendees of HAI's Heli-Expo reported burgeoning order books, valuable contacts on the show floor and a general feeling that good times may be returning to the helicopter industry. HAI's Heli-Expo 2004 highlighted what exhibitors and attendees said is a turning point for the helicopter industry. Against the background of depressed gatherings at the annual event since the 2001 terrorist attacks, this year's...
March 1, 2004
As the industry gathers for its major trade show, reports from the field are that business is picking up. These days folks seem wary to speak of good news, fearing such talk might jinx brightening prospects or, worse, invite bad news. The effects of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks were so terrific on the U.S. (indeed, the world’s) economy, and the aviation industry in particular, that no...
Pages: « Previous  6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 [15]

[X] Dismiss Ad