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The crash of a B.C.-owned helicopter that killed 13 people in Norway, Friday, was caused by a mechanical failure, said the the Norwegian accident investigation board, Tuesday.
A huge wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alta., destroyed an entire neighbourhood and burned homes and businesses in several others Tuesday, and continues to rage out of control.
Elbit Systems of America will showcase its enhanced weapon targeting and total aircrew situational awareness solutions at the Naval Helicopter Association Symposium in Norfolk, VA, at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside on May 10-12.
Airbus Helicopters is no longer recommending a blanket ban on commercial flights of its H225 Super Puma helicopter, saying initial evidence suggested there was no link between Friday's crash in Norway and two North Sea accidents in 2012.
StandardAero has completed a major wave of investment and expansion for its aerospace component repair capabilities at the company’s facilities located in Winnipeg and Cincinnati, Ohio.
DART Aerospace has expanded customers’ reach by establishing its new Approved Maintenance Center (AMC) network in Australasia to offer very competitive aftermarket solutions.
Finmeccanica SpA said a surprise decision to rename itself after Leonardo da Vinci is intended to echo the Renaissance polymath’s “genius” in describing inventions including the helicopter centuries before they became a reality.
Field research in the Arctic just got a little bit easier for some scientists, as two Universal Helicopters (UHNL LP) aircraft and their crews arrived to begin this season’s work supporting them.
A helicopter ferrying passengers from a Norwegian oil platform crashed in the North Sea on Friday and all 13 people on board are presumed dead, rescue officials say. The operation was called off at 5 p.m. local time after 11 bodies were found. Rescue officials said the helicopter was "completely destroyed."
Heli-One of Delta, B.C. will refurbish two helicopters for the Sultan of Johor, Malaysia, under a new US$8-million contract, concluded during the recent three-day visit of His Majesty, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar.
Some of the Canadian military’s top equipment programs – including projects to buy new maritime helicopters and Arctic patrol vessels – will see their funding delayed as the Defence Department tries to deal with the Liberal government’s recently announced budget.
The temperature in Edmonton Monday was expected to reach the highest it’s been in at least 20 years on this date.
Aurora Flight Sciences has announced that a subscale vehicle demonstrator (SVD) of its LightningStrike, Vertical Take-off and Landing Experimental Plane (VTOL x-plane) for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been successfully flown at a U.S. military facility. The flight of the subscale aircraft met an important DARPA risk reduction requirement, focusing on validation of the aerodynamic design and flight control system.
The IX International Helicopter Industry Exhibition at HeliRussia 2016 in will host a unique event May 21 – drone racing. This is a new and exciting sport for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) pilots, who compete in precision and speed. A special drone racing track will be opened at the “Crocus Expo” IEC where the expo takes place.
Lockheed Martin has announced the CH-53K helicopter has achieved its first external lift flight by successfully carrying a 12,000 pound external load.
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