Troubled CH-148 program has cost more than $1 billion The federal government has spent more than $1-billion on a delay-plagued acquisition of naval helicopters, sources say – a deal that Ottawa is now threatening to scrap.
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Universal Helicopters sells helicopter assets to NGC Universal Helicopters Newfoundland Limited has announced it has entered into an agreement to sell its helicopter operations to Universal Helicopters Newfoundland and Labrador LP, a limited partnership formed by Nunatsiavut Group of Companies, Tasiujatsoak Trust and CAPE Fund.
Coast guard crash victims died of hypothermia Three men who died when a Canadian Coast Guard helicopter plunged into the Arctic Ocean last week were not killed by the crash but died of hypothermia, according to a preliminary post-mortem.
Erickson Air Crane to build aircraft assemblies for Sikorsky Global provider of aviation services Erickson Air-Crane has entered into a master agreement with Sikorsky Aircraft to manufacture fabricated aircraft assemblies.