The Canadian helicopter industry is on the cutting edge of new processes, products and technologies that continue to enhance the safety envelope from coast-to-coast.
Welcome to Helicopters' Canadian Innovation in Rotary Safety Week
Over the next week, Helicopters magazine will showcase companies that are leading the charge in helping to ensure the operating space in this country is as safe as it can possibly be.
This special week is brought to you by Fort Erie, Ont.-based Airbus Helicopters Canada, part of Airbus, a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services.
This page serves as a hub for Canadian innovation in rotary safety. The page highlights news stories, features and more to showcase the leaders who are creating a safer operating environment.
Canadian Innovation in Rotary Safety Week
Airbus Helicopters Canada is now accepting nominations for its 2017 Innovation in Safety Award.
Airbus Helicopters Canada in Fort Erie, Ont. is going above and beyond to improve the Canadian rotary landscape by creating a number of key programs and technologies. Here’s a look at some of the innovative ways the company is implementing change for the better.
Published in Safety & Training
Airbus Helicopters Canada has introduced a number of innovative ways to help create a strong culture of safety in both Canada and abroad. Here are some of the ways it is taking a leadership role.
Published in Safety & Training
The U.S. Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) has completed its comprehensive analysis of the root causes of fatal accidents and has developed 22 measurable safety enhancements aimed at reducing fatalities.
VIH Aerospace (VIHA), a global provider of helicopter maintenance, manufacturing, repair and overhaul (MMRO) services, has announced it has been selected to develop and install three Supplemental Type Certified Night Vision system installations for Helijet International Incorporated.
Helijet International Inc., the helicopter air medical contract service provider for the B.C Ambulance Service will develop and install Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) into all three of its dedicated air ambulance helicopters.
BLR Aerospace has announced that its FastFin Tail Rotor Enhancement and Stability System has been certified by Brazil’s Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC) for installation on Airbus H125 helicopters.
DART Aerospace has received FAA and EASA approvals for the redesigned H145 emergency float system. Now certified for Sea State 6, the float system boasts longer maintenance intervals, weight savings and is compatible with OEM fixed provisions.
Robertson Fuel Systems (RFS), a HEICO Company, and Vector Aerospace have completed a major milestone toward Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification of their Crash-Resistant Fuel Tank (CRFT) for the Airbus AS350 light single helicopter family.
Airbus Helicopters Canada has announced the certification of the H145 by Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA). With its versatility and operational flexibility, the H145’s compact size and large cabin can be used for a variety of civil missions, particularly in high-and-hot conditions.
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