Hawkesbury, ON, Canada – DART Aerospace announces that Ultimate Heli, located in Johannesburg, South Africa, will install the PA100 PUREair engine protection system on their AS350 helicopter.
Elbit Systems recently completed a series of successful helicopter flight tests in Zurich, using the SkyVis Day/Night Head Mounted Display onboard an AW-109SP helicopter of the Swiss air rescue company Rega.
Parsippany, N.J. - Global Aerospace, Inc., announces partnership with Waypoint Global Strategies to provide training and logistical support to the Unmanned Aircraft System community and Global Aerospace customers through its industry leading SM4 Safety Program.
Helsinki Airport, Finland - Coptersafety Ltd is pleased to announce that its AW139 full flight simulator received the EASA Level D certification from the Finnish CAA and is now ready for training. The new CAE series 3000 AW139 FFS is jointly developed by CAE and AgustaWestland.
Tucson, Ariz. – The FAA has granted Technical Standard Order (TSO) approval for Universal Avionics SBAS-Flight Management System / Multi-Missions Management System Software Control Number (SCN) 1001/1101. This major software release includes several new and enhanced features to improve operational efficiency and support special mission operations.
Bordes - Aero Asahi Corporation and its subsidiary Central Helicopter Service, have signed with Turbomeca (Safran) a 5 year extension of the SBH (Support By the Hour) contract covering their fleet of Arriel 2 and Arriel 1E2 engines.
Utica, N.Y. – JETNET LLC will demonstrate their latest aircraft research and forecast service offerings at NBAA2014 in Orlando, Florida. This year's NBAA runs October 21-23, and JETNET will be in booth 1099.
Powell River, BC, Canada – The Aero Design Cyclic Friction for the Bell 206B, 206L, and Bell 407 is now available through Bell Helicopter's Aeronautical Accessories brand.
Mesa, Ariz. – Able Aerospace Services is proud to announce the issuance of its ANAC certification, renewing the company's Brazilian ANAC approval.
Shreveport, La. – Metro Aviation began a great relationship with the University of Michigan Health System's Survival Flight program during the completion of the program's three Airbus EC155 twin-engine helicopters.