The climate challenges facing the helicopter industry

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May 29, 2020

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The Airbus H160 is powered by the 1,300 horsepower Safran Arrano, which promises 15 percent less fuel consumption compared with similar-sized engines. Lloyd Horgan Photo

The climate challenges facing the helicopter industry

What impact will the changing climate have on helicopter design, performance, and operations?

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 Today's News

Civil saviors: Flying with Volusia County Sheriff's Office

In one of Central Florida’s largest counties, Volusia civilian sheriff’s pilots and paramedics watch over beaches, swamps and cities year-round in their fleet of Bell 407s.

Certification is nearing completion for the modernization of Black Hawks by XP Services. Genesys Aerosystems Photo

Certification flight testing commences for Genesys cockpit suite in Black Hawk

Genesys Aerosystems and XP Services have commenced certification flight testing of the Genesys avionics suite for the UH-60A and EH-60A Black Hawk, marking the final phase in its certification process.

An aerial view of the crash site. ATSB Image

Take-off accident highlights managing unanticipated yaw in shrouded tail rotor helicopters

An Airbus EC130 was substantially damaged when, on take-off, it yawed to the left greater than the pilot was expecting, then rolled and impacted the ground after the left skid contacted a raised mound.


An old Cobra returns to its artillery roots and finds a new home in Oklahoma

U.S. Army Cobra 15654 has been fully restored to its original configuration as an aerial rocket artillery helicopter and found a new home at the U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.


Helicopter support businesses that are open during the Covid-19 crisis

Here is a non-exhaustive list of companies who are still working to serve helicopter operators during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Penn College aviation students receive industry scholarships

Four Pennsylvania College of Technology students were recently awarded aviation scholarships — two from the Helicopter Association International and two from Women in Aviation International.


 News From The Web

Physical, mental impairments likely led to fatal 2018 helicopter crash in Williamsburg


L.A. County Fire helicopter makes 'precautionary' landing; no injuries


NYC helicopter company involved in deadly 2018 crash ignores social distancing during coronavirus pandemic


At least 1 killed in Douglas County helicopter crash


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SAF Group Airbus EC135 in the Alps. Photo submitted Fabrizio Belotti (Instagram user @helicopters_page) using #verticalmag

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