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DART Helicopter Services announced that their affiliated partner, Apical Industries Inc, has received Transport Canada approval of their Liferaft Kit for Agusta AW139 model helicopters.
Heli-Expo 2005 may well be remembered as the event when engine manufacturers flexed their muscle. Honeywell served notice it intends to aggressively restore its place as a major player in the civilian helicopter market. Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) launched the PW210 (see On The Fly) and Lycoming Engine’s new general manager, Ian Walsh, openly discussed the company’s innovation strategy.
“The simulator gives students extra value for their money. Already we find that students who have been shopping around and know the costs stay to train,” says Ian Rogers, Silverline’s president.
As was noted briefly in this space in the Summer issue of HELICOPTERS, Defence Minister Gordon O’Connor in late June announced a number of major military procurements...
Aging is not for the faint-hearted
Canadian helicopter business owners and operators have enough pressure on their bottom lines today without adding an avoidable financial penalty to the equation.
CGTM, a subsidiary of Turbomeca, announced the issuance of the optional air particle separator QB 0777 on all AS350 type helicopters.
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