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Growers in the Okanagan are working overtime to dry their crops after a storm brought heavy rain to the region.
Bell Helicopter has announced the successful first flight of the Bell 525 Relentless. The maiden flight of the super-medium helicopter took place at the company’s aircraft assembly center in Amarillo, Texas.
Brisbane and North Queensland regional centres are getting their first glimpse of the latest example of the world’s leading twin-engine helicopter in its class, the Airbus Helicopters H145.
Bell Helicopter has announced a letter of intent (LOI) for two Bell 525s and an order for a 407 GXP signed during the Paris Air Show. Africair will use the helicopters for multiple purposes including corporate VIP transport and oil and gas.
Russ Ballman had a jet full of passengers behind him and was in his final approach to YVR when a laser pointer hit him square in the left eye on May 12, 2014.
A Winnipeg woman who heard two police officers in a helicopter broadcast comments about oral sex — comments they made without realizing their public address system was on — says she wants them disciplined.
Ottawa has formally accepted the first six of the long-delayed CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopters.
It’s still early in the wildfire season and yet B.C. has already eaten through $52.5 million of its $63-million firefighting budget for the year.
Following the introduction of the Consumer Drone Safety Act by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Daniel Castro, vice president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), released the following statement:
There is a risk that Canada’s new Cyclone helicopter, to be unveiled by the Conservative government Friday, might not have powerful enough engines to do the job, according to Department of National Defence documents obtained by the Citizen.
Canada’s hot spot got a little hotter last week. Lytton, B.C. routinely clocks in with the highest daily temperature in the country every summer. The village lies at the junction where the clear blue waters of the Thompson River system join the muddy flow of the Fraser River northeast of Vancouver, 156 kilometres as the crow flies or 260 kilometres if you follow the highways. As you drive up the 100 kilometers on Highway 1 from Hope to Lytton, the scenery gradually changes from the temperate rain forest of the coast to the dry and dusty land of sagebrush and tumbleweeds. Temperatures commonly soar into the 40s through the summer months and the heat can be more intense as it is radiated by the steep slopes of the river valley.
Airbus Helicopters has announced the launch of a brand new office located in the Mirabel Helico complex in Mirabel, Quebec. The Mirabel Helico complex is a state of the art facility that will serve to support the Quebec rotary wing community. Additionally the facility provides an outlet for corporate events and fly-ins.
AgustaWestland has announced that Falcon Aviation Services of Abu Dhabi has taken delivery of two AW189 super medium helicopters in offshore transport configuration. The deliveries and entry into service in the UAE of the AW189 was marked today by ceremony at Marina Mall Helipad in the presence of H.H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Bin Khalifa.
Airbus Helicopters showcases several ground-breaking research projects and new helicopter innovations for environment-friendly technologies during Paris Air Show. These projects are part of the company´s mid and long term research and development strategy to provide innovative solutions to reduce operating and maintenance costs while improving environmental protection, safety, quality and performance.
Airbus Helicopters' highly innovative H160 flew for the first time in Marignane on Saturday, June 13, shortly after beginning its ground runs end of May.
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