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Online registration for the FAA’s first virtual International Rotorcraft Safety Conference is now open.
The R66 fleet surpassed 1.2 million flight hours as Robinson delivered the 1,000th example.
The first conforming production flight test Cessna SkyCourier flew for one hour 35 minutes on its inaugural flight.
Leonardo broke ground this week on its U.S. Navy TH-73A temporary support facility at the Peter Prince Airport in Milton, FL.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the air ambulance industry is holding its own—for now.
Aircraft insurer USAIG customers can now use their $2,500 Safety Bucks To Cover Airbus Helicopters' IIMC Course.
Some 39 Sikorsky S-92s, comprising 19 percent of the global market, remain parked during the downturn.
Changing regulations takes a long time, and there ought to be a simpler way to create mandates for safety improvements.
Bell is using augmented and virtual reality, computer gaming technology, to develop new aircraft.
GECAS has written down the value of its Milestone Aviation helicopter leasing unit by $729 million.