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NTSB finds operator error likely caused fatal crash of medical helicopter

Operator error likely caused a medical helicopter to break apart mid-flight during a training exercise last year.

Shortening ice road seasons threat to safety for northern Manitoba First Nation: NDP MP Niki Ashton

Erratic weather patterns threaten the northern Manitoba First Nation community's ice-road access.

Iowa pilot flying again after waterfowl crashed through windshield of his helicopter

A waterfowl smashed through the windshield of a Wings Rescue helicopter two weeks ago.

Eagles to lead Robinson marketing and communications

Robyn Eagles is named head of global marketing and communications for Robinson Helicopter.

Divers recover more remains of crew members from Osprey crash

Divers recover remains of seventh crew member from Osprey that crashed off southern Japan.

Ospreys had safety issues long before they were grounded

A look at the Osprey's history and the challenges it has faced since entering service.

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TSB reports on hard landing at Edson Airport

Transportation Safety Board releases its class 4 investigation into the May 2023 hard landing involving an Airbus AS350 registered to Range Helicopters at the Edson Airport in Alberta. » 

German Armed Forces sign largest ever deal for H145M helicopters

Bundeswehr signs a contract for the purchase of up to 82 multi-role H145M helicopters, consisting of 62 firm orders plus 20 options, which also includes seven years of support and services. » 

US Coast Guard helicopter that crashed during rescue mission in Alaska is recovered

MH-60 Jayhawk that crashed in Alaska during a rescue mission last month has been recovered. » 

Guyana military helicopter crash kills 5 officers and leaves 2 survivors

Military helicopter vanished Wednesday about 48 kilometres east of Venezuelan border during bad weather. » 

At least one Canadian airline will be gone within two years, Porter CEO predicts

Michael Deluce says the travel market is too small to keep all of Canada’s airlines afloat. » 

Transat AT reports $3.2M Q4 profit

Transat AT reports a profit in its latest quarter compared with a loss a year ago. » 

Japan, UK and Italy formally establish a joint body to develop a new advanced fighter jet

Three countries agreed last year to merge plans to produce a new combat aircraft for deployment in 2035. » 

Boeing promotes insider, putting her in the discussion about the next CEO

Head of Boeing services business named chief operating officer and executive VP. » 


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