Bristow to acquire minority equity in Cougar Helicopters Bristow Group Inc. and Cougar Helicopters Inc. this week jointly announced that Bristow has entered into a definitive agreement with Cougar's parent VIH Aviation Group Ltd. (VIHAG) and various VIHAG affiliates to acquire a minority interest in Cougar and certain aircraft and facilities used by Cougar in its operations.
Phoenix Heli-Flight has plans for medevac expansion After several long years of discussion, interest in expanding the Phoenix Heli-Flight fleet to include a new dedicated helicopter, equipped for night services throughout the region has been renewed.
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DND settles in transmission line damage incident The Department of National Defence has agreed to pay $1.83 million to the Northwest Territories Power Corporation for damages resulting from a Canadian Forces helicopter cutting a power line near Yellowknife in February.
Carburetor icing likely cause of Waterloo crash Citing engine failure as the cause of a Robinson R22 helicopter crash in Nov. 2011, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has released its report (A11O0222) on the accident near the Region of Waterloo International Airport in Waterloo, Ont.