German Federal Police pursue AOC

Airbus reports sustained Super Puma activity

Kopter SH09 flight-testing accelerates

Safran gets EASA nod for Arrano engine

For an instructor, the HuMans system can provide a clear idea of how comfortable the student is. The instructor can adapt the mission based on how relaxed of distressed the trainee is. Thales Photo

Thales brings neuroscience to training

Airbus hopes to open up new possibilities through data analytics provided by its Skywise Connected Services offering. Airbus Helicopters Photo

Airbus beefs up connected services

Organizers say the strong point of the new location is its airport, which provides attendees the ability to fly in and arrange demonstration flights.

BHA: EHA Helitech decision unrelated to BHA deal

When certified, the Bell 525 Relentless will be the first commercial fly-by-wire helicopter. EASA's Trevor Woods touted the safety benefits of fly-by-wire technology, among many other systems, during a presentation at Helitech 2018. Bell Photo

EASA sets new safety goal

CMIG Leasing signed a framework agreement announced at China Helicopter Exposition in 2015 for 100 Ecureuil family helicopters. Light singles dominate the country's fledgling helicopter industry. Airbus Photo

Asia-Pacific leads helicopter market growth

Hybrid propulsion systems are expected to contribute to the emergence of new VTOL (vertical takeoff and landing) and STOL (short takeoff and landing) aircraft. Remy Bertrand Photo

Safran bets on hybrid propulsion

Maintenance engineers inspect the main rotor hub of a Sikorsky S-92. The manufacturer has used HUMS data to extend the part’s service life in the past, and is now using that data to predict negative events. Heath Moffatt Photo

Predictive maintenance: Future-proof?