HeliClub fly-in highlights safety

An Era-operated Leonardo AW189 flies offshore over the Gulf of Mexico. Dan Megna Photo
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The offshore helicopter industry: Treading water

Brainerd Helicopters was the first civilian operator of the Black Hawk, ultimately launching an operation that carried the Firehawk name. Dan Megna Photo
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The Black Hawk at 40: Part 5

The Air Force’s aging fleet of HH-60Gs will be replaced by the new-generation HH-60W. Skip Robinson Photo
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The Black Hawk at 40: Part 4

The MH-60S has a blend of UH-60M and MH-60R attributes. It has two doors on each side, a tail wheel, and an MH-60R rotorhead and avionics to achieve as much cockpit commonality as possible. Skip Robinson Photo
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The Black Hawk at 40: Part 3

Introduced in 1989, the uprated UH-60L "Lima" had a 20 percent increase in power and could carry 1,000 lb. (450 kg) more payload than the last UH-60As Sikorsky built. They were widely deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq. Graham Lavery Photo
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The Black Hawk at 40: Part 2

In the past 40 years, Sikorsky has delivered more than 4,000 members of the Black Hawk family, with that fleet collectively logging more than 14 million flight hours. Ted Carlson Photo
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The Black Hawk at 40: Part 1

The Flyer is powered by lithium-polymer batteries and equipped with multiple smart sensors to make flying intuitive and easy. Kitty Hawk Photo

Kitty Hawk Flyer revealed

Airbus brought a twin-engine H135 equipped with Helionix avionics to Canada for the first time to attend the fly-in. Ken Swartz Photo

HeliClub soars in St-Jovite

The Sikorsky S-76C++ sells faster with a power-by-the-hour parts and engine program. Mike Reyno Photo
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Brokering the sale

The twin-engine Sikorsky S-76D introduced cutting edge technology, including a quiet tail rotor and improved main rotor blades for reduced acoustic levels. Mike Reyno Photo
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Highway in the Sky

This year's fly-in attracted 53 helicopters, with Vertical meeting the owners of 40 aircraft on May 26 and 27, making it one of the largest private helicopter fly-ins in the world. Kenneth I Swartz Photos

Record numbers attend Mont Tremblant fly-in

S-92 to provide a SAR/EMS response
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Versatile by Design

latest generation S-76

From A to D: The Sikorsky S-76 in Canada

Helicopter joie de vivre

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Setting the Standard

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Hunkering Down: Operators across Canada

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From Sea to Sky: GrandView Aviation profile

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Flying into Deepwater

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Lightly Dusted

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A Civil Response

Kiwi Composites

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Standout Startups