Aerial assets continue assault on Alberta fires Crews are working all-out to try to keep an unpredictable wildfire from spreading in east-central Alberta. Residents from 12 homes have left the area around Forsythe Lake, which is under a voluntary evacuation order.
Ex Ornge exec calls out former McGuinty chief of staff A former executive at Ontario's troubled air ambulance service says Premier Dalton McGuinty's ex-chief of staff contacted the government on behalf of Ornge.
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Canadian sees growth opportunities in Canada, too Canadian Helicopters Group Inc. sees plenty of growth opportunities in Canada despite focusing on extending its activities in Afghanistan and expanding in Asia, South America and Africa.
Pilot shortage means delays in military services A shortage of trained pilots means it will take the Royal Canadian Air Force an extra two years to get its long-awaited Chinook helicopters into full service, say documents tabled as part of the latest federal budget.
Bell Helicopter Gains Altitude in Europe Bell Helicopter announced at EBACE it completed deliveries of six of its newest aircraft in Europe during the last month. Three Bell 407GX aircraft, the first of its kind in Europe, took flight in Belgium, Denmark and, most recently, Iceland. Bell also delivered three additional Bell 429 aircraft in Russia and Ukraine.