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June 6, 2011
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is sending a message to those who point hand-held lasers at the cockpits of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft—it’ll cost you. FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt and Secretary...
June 1, 2011
Grand Prairie, Texas-based Uniflight has appointed David Horton as general manager. He...
June 1, 2011
This July, the National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) will honor Dr. S. Harry Robertson during its 50th annual Enshrinement Ceremony as part of the class of 2011. Robertson is one of four honorees this year. Roberston, considered the “father of the...
May 17, 2011
The technology development arm of Sikorsky Aircraft has wrapped up wind tunnel testing of its active rotor system with...
April 28, 2011
Le Sueur, Minn.-based Scott’s Bell 47 has moved into an 8,000-square-foot facility to accommodate its expanding team...
April 13, 2011
Representatives of the Lindberg Electric Aircraft Prize (LEAP) and Sikorsky Aircraft plan to announce details of a joint initiative on...
February 1, 2011
A friend of mine recently asked me why helicopters were so expensive to buy and operate. The simple answer to both parts of the question is complexity. Helicopters have a large number of moving parts, designed for minimal weight and high stress (fatigue) conditions. Even the ‘simplest’ light helicopter is a true marvel of mechanical engineering. This, combined with a low tolerance for failure...
February 1, 2011
Where do the best pilots and crewmembers come from? When you listen to different people talk, there is a sense they might have a certain technique for or “secret sauce” for selecting the best candidate. We’ve all heard and read disappointing examples of how bad pilots had penetrated various organizations but were identified over the course of time and eliminated. I’ve listened to...
January 1, 2011
AgustaWestland, a powerful force in the helicopter industry, is capable of satisfy- ing the widest range of customer requirements with a modern range of high performance civil and military rotorcraft encompassing all the main weight categories. Products range from the innovative single-engine 2.8-ton AW119Ke to the 16-ton three-engine AW101 helicopter. Other products include the AW109 Power, AW109 LUH and...
January 1, 2011
Aviall’s LIFT program offers a variety of services tailor-made for each helicopter operator. All services are designed to add value and reduce costs for customers. The benefits include access to more than 235 product lines, local stocking of high-demand parts, inventory management, electronic ordering via the all-new aviall.com website or EDI (electronic data interface), and the support of local...
January 1, 2011
During the past 16 years, Aero Dynamix has become the leader in the night vision modification industry. Focusing on safety, quality, and customer satisfaction, Aero Dynamix is truly setting the standard for NVG. As an FAA-certified Repair Station (C73R723N), Aero Dynamix offers a full line of services in the instrument/avionics repair field. Currently the company employs more than 75 night vision...
January 1, 2011
Aerospace Optics is one of the world’s premier manufacturers of lighted pushbutton switches, indicators and electro-optical, programmable displays. The company is well known for innovation and world-class customer service, providing products and services that have revolutionized the aviation, aerospace and defense industries. Over the years, Aerospace Optics has made great strides in product...
January 1, 2011
Aviation Instrument Services, Inc. (AIS) was founded in 1977 with one goal in mind: to build a reputation of excellence in service. Just ask AIS’ customers and they’ll tell you that this company meets this goal—time and time again. “When AIS’s experience is joined with their buying power, their customer receives a level of value that is unbeatable,” says Dave Vorsas...
January 1, 2011
Now in our 15th year, Alpine Air Support is an aftermarket helicopter parts supplier exclusively stocking components for the Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin series. Centrally located in Zürich, Switzerland, the company is focused on stocking the most widely required rotable, avionics and instrument parts for the Dauphin series of helicopters (including the EC155). Parts Exchanges and Consignments For rotable...
January 1, 2011
Aspen Avionics specializes in making reliable, solid-state avionic technologies for helicopter applications. Our products increase situational awareness and reduce pilot workload, making it easier and safer to fly every mission. Our philosophy is that investing in the latest avionics technology shouldn’t always mean spending a lot of money—on equipment or installation. Aspen’s flagship...
January 1, 2011
CAE has an unparalleled breadth of experience in helicopter simulation, training and mission rehearsal. In fact, no other company has designed training systems for a greater variety of rotary-wing platforms. CAE has simulated helicopters from virtually all the major manufacturers, including AgustaWestland, Bell Helicopter Textron, Boeing, Eurocopter, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), Kaman, MD...
January 1, 2011
FlightSafety, the world’s foremost aviation training company, training professionals from 154 countries, continues to set the standard with its growing commitment to simulation-based helicopter training, including groundbreaking Level 7 flight training devices and plans to aggressively expand night vision goggle training capability. The Level 7 Advantage FlightSafety fielded the world’s first...
January 1, 2011
With a longstanding presence in the helicopter industry, Goodrich Corporation serves commercial and military operators with advanced system technology and tailored service offerings. Its history of improving reliability, operational cost, functionality, and safety for helicopter operators and manufacturers around the world—combined with its reputation as a flexible business partner—have made...
January 1, 2011
The increased use of composite materials in aviation has become commonplace for many of the major airframe manufacturers and end users. Composites are lighter, stronger, and more durable than traditional materials; however, the repair process requires much more sophisticated procedures and control. Even with these complexities, a proven company can provide the necessary training, equipment, accessories...
January 1, 2011
Founded in 1966, HR Smith (Technical Developments) Ltd. quickly forged an unrivaled reputation for delivering advanced and efficient airborne antenna systems. Used by military and commercial operators alike, current products span the entire range of airborne radio frequency applications including digital and voice communications, navigation, surveillance and direction finding. A major area of recent...
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