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SKY now has an R66 Newscopter in its fleet. Its smoothness in flight, power, and extra space are proving popular. Skip Robinson Photo
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Brand loyalty: SKY Helicopters

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Helitrades technician Jean-Roger Lalonde is shown disassembling a Bell 206 hydraulic servo. Peter Handley Photo
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The Helitrades way

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Greenland’s SAR responders

Map or app? A pilot from the Royal Navy’s 849 Naval Air Squadron uses the app whilst on a navigational sortie from Cornwall to the Oxfordshire area. Lloyd Horgan Photo
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Airbox Systems: Safety net

Exhaust pours from the engines of a Finnish Border Guard Bell 412 as its crew flies above the most dominant features of Rovaniemi landscape, snow and trees. Lloyd Horgan Photo
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Cold frontier: The Finnish Border Guard

"Helicopters are always in high demand, and the ability to evacuate soldiers that have serious injuries quickly . . . is always going to be an in-demand capability. So this is just the continued evolution of the Chinook," said LCol Darryl Adams. Mike Reyno Photo
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Chinook to the rescue

Aeromni Aerospace started out as a one-man operation in 2008. With more than 10 employees today, the company hopes to continue growing. Charlie Vowles Photo
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An MRO specialist: Aeromni Aerospace

The second Doman LZ-5 helicopter for the U.S. Army running up at Danbury, Connecticut, during an early test flight. Jeff Evans Collection Photo
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The last of the pioneers: Doman Helicopters

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Long line training with Volo Mission

One of Castle Air’s A109S Grand models flies past the iconic Tower Bridge in London. Lloyd Horgan Photo
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Behind the scenes with Castle Air

Two classic but modified Bell 47s. In the foreground is a 1964 Bell 47G3B1 that was converted to a Soloy turbine in the late 1970s. The other is a Texas Aircraft M74 Wasp, which started life as a 1959 Bell 47G2A. Skip Robinson Photo
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Flying the Bell 47 with English Air

There are over two dozen helicopters in the Heli-Austria fleet, ranging in size from the AS350 AStar (foreground) to the AS332 Super Puma (background). Anthony Pecchi Photo
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An Alpine giant: Heli-Austria

The second Airbus H160 prototypes flies near the Red Rock Canyon area west of Las Vegas in late February, prior to launching on its North American demo tour. Mike Reyno Photo
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Inside the H160, middleweight contender

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A new chapter: Erickson Inc.