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November 1, 2009
A CHC Europe AgustaWestland AW139 based in the Netherlands. SERVICES/MAINTENANCE Canadian helicopter support services provider Heli-One is planning to establish an AgustaWestland AW139 repair and overhaul...
November 1, 2009
November 15–19: Dubai Airshow, Dubai, UAE. Contact Fairs & Exhibitions, phone +9714-286-7755 or visit http://www.dubaiairshow.aero November 30–December 1: Human Factors in Aviation Safety, Los Angeles, Calif. Contact USC Viterbi School of Engineering, phone 1-310-342-1345 or visit http://www.viterbi.usc.edu November 30–December 3: The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and...
November 1, 2009
Charlotte Adams covers aviation and defense technology. She has written for Aviation Maintenance magazine and was the editor-in-chief of Avionics. She also writes for the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. James Careless is a long-time contributor to Rotor & Wing. He has written for other aviation magazines such as our sister publications, Aviation Maintenance and Avionics, as...
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...
November 1, 2009
SERVICES/MAINTENANCE A visitor to Eurocopter Deutsch- land’s Helicopter Technology Park, with about 5,200 workers and engineers the chief employer in this picturesque Bavarian town, hardly senses there’s a world economic crisis underway. A German Army Tiger attack helicopter, one of Eurocopter Donauwörth’s major products, in flight. On the east side of the neatly organized factory...
October 1, 2009
COMMERCIAL Scheduled commercial helicopter services have been tried in many markets around the world, but few have succeeded. One major exception is found in Hong Kong, the former British Crown colony that returned to Chinese control in 1997 to become a special administrative region or SAR, for short. Operating out of a smartly designed three-story terminal complex within the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal...
October 1, 2009
PERSONAL/CORPORATE American Eurocopter has handed over two EC120s in recent weeks — to JRW Aviation and the Lake County Sheriff’s Department Aviation Unit in Indiana. Dallas, Texas-based JRW will perform corporate and VIP...
October 1, 2009
PUBLIC SERVICE AgustaWestland and UI International have received an order for an eight-seat AW119Ke from the Korea National Police Agency (NPA). The agreement...
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
SERVICES Vista, Calif.-based Sandel Avionics is preparing to carry out flight tests on its helicopter terrain awareness and warning...
October 1, 2009
Bell Helicopter of Hurst, Texas, has awarded a $53-milion contract to Kaman Aerospace’s Helicopters division to manufacture composite helicopter blade skins and skin core assemblies. The agreement involves 18 different assemblies for the following helicopters: Bell 406, 407, 412, 427, 429, 430, H1 and BA609. Kaman’s HeliworX facility in Bloomfield, Conn. will carry out the production work...
October 1, 2009
Air Methods bills itself as the "World’s Largest Air Ambulance Operator" for a very good reason: It is. The numbers tell the tale. Air Methods flew 105,971 missions in 2008, serving 42 U.S. states from 249 hospital and community bases. This translates to 138,219 total flight hours for the company’s fleet of 300-plus rotary and fixed-wing aircraft. This fleet is primarily comprised of...
October 1, 2009
The weather outside is frightful... It’s high noon on November 24th: The wind is 30-plus knots with blowing snow; the temperature is minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit; there are polar bears lurking outside your hangar; and the sun won’t come up until late February. Just the thought of that kind of environment is enough to make practically every pilot in the lower 48 thankful they don’t have to...
September 1, 2009
If you are a regular reader, you will have seen Ernie Stephens’ last column about having fun, which is what Ernie is off to do. But everyone has their own definition of fun. So let me tell you a little bit about myself and that might explain what I think is fun. My background is more about aviation than journalism, even though I find myself at the helm of this amazing publication. I have been...
September 1, 2009
MILITARY Boeing has obtained a $1.15-billion contract for 15 new CH-47F Chinook heavy lift helicopters from the Canadian government. As part of the agreement, Boeing will partner with Canadian companies and issue supplier contracts. Initial support tied to the contract is estimated at more than $500 million, with future investments reaching a potential of $2 billion to the Canadian industry in support of...
September 1, 2009
PRODUCTS Gladstone Aerospace (GAC) of Ottawa, Ontario has established a strategic business alliance with Night Flight Concepts (NFC). The goal of the partnership is to "leverage each...
September 1, 2009
PRODUCTS Jacksonville, Fla.-based SkyBOOKS has introduced Lite, a user-managed version of its aviation maintenance management program. The launch customer for SkyBOOKS Lite is the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA), which will employ the program for its fleet of two Bell 412 and two UH-1 helicopters. SkyBOOKS COO John Willis explains that while the Lite version reduces operator costs, "it will...
September 1, 2009
COMMERCIAL FAA has granted organization designation authorization (ODA) to American Eurocopter, Grand Prairie, Texas. The approval enables the helicopter manufacturer to act on behalf of the U.S. regulatory agency when issuing and...
September 1, 2009
Headsets Designed for Helicopter Use Germany’s beyerdynamic has unveiled two new headsets developed for use in helicopters — the HS 600 digital adaptive noise reduction (DANR) Rotor and HS 200 Rotor, which features passive noise attenuation. The HS 600 DANR uses a microprocessor with a software algorithm to eliminate background noise, as well as the accompanying feeling of pressure on the ears...
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