Era Group Inc. announces Houma super base grand opening
Era Group Inc. has announced the grand opening of its 35-acre super base in Houma, La.
Airbus Helicopters opens new Training Academy in Donauworth
The newly-built Airbus Helicopters Training Academy that opened June 23 in Germany marks the latest enhancement of the company’s support and services network, providing instructional courses for pilots and technicians.
Canada accepts six CH-148 Cyclone helicopters
The Canadian Armed Forces is a major step closer to operating a new world-class maritime helicopter fleet with the official acceptance of six CH-148 Cyclones.
Airbus developments are helicopter highlight at 51st Paris Air Show
The main focus of the Paris Air Show may not be on rotary-wing aircraft, but the 51st edition of the biennial trade show still revealed some important helicopter developments at Le Bourget Airport.
NTSB faults pilot, inspector in reality TV helicopter crash
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board has released its probable cause report for a 2013 helicopter crash that occurred during filming for a Discovery Channel reality show, faulting the pilot for poor decision-making and a Federal Aviation Administration inspector for inadequate oversight.
A flight to remember
An air ambulance ride at age five changed Nicholas D'Amato's life. Last week, he took another memorable helicopter ride — a flight to his high school prom.
UTC confirms it will sell or spin off Sikorsky
Three months after announcing that it was exploring “strategic alternatives” for its Sikorsky Aircraft business, United Technologies Corp. has confirmed that it will proceed with a sale or spinoff of the helicopter manufacturer.