Robinson introduces the two-place R44 Cadet
Robinson Helicopter Company plans to debut the R44 Cadet, a two-place R44, in the first quarter of 2016.
ASU and SAS obtain UK CAA approval for White Phosphor goggles
The CAA's recent approval for use of White Phosphor night vision goggles in the MD 902 Explorer is the first such approval in the United Kingdom.
Alpine Aerotech delivers two refurbished Bell 212HPs to Yellowhead Helicopters
Yellowhead turned to Alpine Aerotech for avionics work, paint, full inspections, sheet metal work and several supplemental type certificates that helped bring the aircraft back to like-new condition.
UAS task force recommends registering drones
All drones in the United States between 8.8 ounces and 55 pounds should be registered with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), according to recommendations made by the FAA's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Registration Task Force over the weekend.
Robinson working to remove EASA limitation on R66 Turbine Marine
Robinson Helicopter Company is working with the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to remove a limitation on the pop-out float version of the R66 Turbine helicopter.
Hoisting demo draws crowds to Vancouver Harbour at HAC convention
A dramatic hoisting demonstration by Great Slave Helicopters provided one of the highlights of the 20th annual Helicopter Association of Canada Convention and Trade Show, held in Vancouver, B.C., over the weekend.
CAMTS expands into Europe with CAMTS EU
Headquartered in Europe, CAMTS EU is a standalone nonprofit organization that, like its counterpart in the United States, will offer a voluntary accreditation program for fixed- and rotary-wing air medical operators.