B.C. burns through budget for fighting forest fires
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.
The province is parched after an unusually warm winter and a hot, dry spring, raising concerns that this could be a particularly rough season for fires.
B.C.’s annual wildfire budget is based on very conservative estimates, according to fire information officer Ryan Turcot, and the province might be able to offset some of those costs with money recovered by sending crews to other jurisdictions like Alberta. | READ MORE
Waypoint files for Chapter 11 to restructureWaypoint Leasing Holdings Ltd. released a statement that it has…
Heli-One and Air Center Helicopters sign PBH agreementHeli-One reached an agreement to support Air Center Helicopters’ Airbus…
Serbia receives first of nine H145MsTwo Airbus H145Ms will be delivered to the Serbian Ministry…
Airbus Helicopters to expand in JapanAirbus Helicopters plans to add a maintenance, repair and overhaul…
HAI HELI-EXPO 2019
March 4-7, 2019