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Entries for February 2011

From La Jolla Light
... call helicopter noise my favorite sound track I tolerate it and this is why: Every time I look up at one of those military helicopters (usually unable, ...
'There's pent up demand for copters'
Defense Update
From Times of India
The pent-up demand in India for military and civil helicopters estimated at $21.4 billion by 2031 is drawing the attention of helicopter biggies. ...

Actually “we” probably do…or at least one or two of us need a little firmer guidance from the FAA and/or our operator.  When I started flying patients in dire need about forty-one years ago we had very few restrictions.  Of course, it was a combat zone and we were very young and bold. Many years later after losing far too many friends who bravely pushed into the jaws of death, even in peacetime, it is clear to me that one doesn’t become “old and bold” unless we restrict ourselves and exercise restraint and good judgment on every single flight, no matter how critical.  It has also become clear to me that a few of our peers need adult supervision from time to time.


OLYMPIA, WA - Soloy Aviation Solutions along with Ultra Electronics Flightline Systems (Victor, NY) is preparing to release a new digital engine instrument option for Soloy’s popular Honeywell LTS-101 engine conversion kit for Eurocopter AS350B2 helicopters.

ENG SCHOLARSHIP OFFERED - The Doug Doty Vertical Flight Foundation Now Accepting Applications

 The Doug Doty Vertical Flight Foundation is now accepting applications for their Electronic News Gathering (ENG) Scholarship.

AgustaWestland Signs Contracts for Two AW139s in India

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that it has sold two more AW139 medium twin helicopters to customers in India. Adani Group has signed a contract for one AW139 to perform VIP/corporate transport missions as well as another corporate customer.

Heliworks Completes TH-67 Rebuild With Help from Quantum Control Aviation ERP Software

SAN DIEGO, Calif., January 30, 2011 – Heliworks, Inc., a Part 145 Repair Station based in Pensacola, Fla., and specializing in structural repair and rebuilds of Bell helicopters, recently completed rebuilds of two TH-67 (Bell 206B3) helicopters for the U.S. Army. According to Heliworks president Stephen Simpson, the implementation of Quantum Control aviation enterprise resource planning (ERP) software mid-way through the rebuild of the second TH-67 streamlined purchasing and other operations on this aircraft.

Official: Chopper crash near Ogden not mechanical
Deseret News
From Salt Lake Tribune
Two commercial pilots were aboard the Whirlybird Helicopters craft when it flipped on its side as it went down about 5:30 pm Thursday, said Adam Wilkerson, ...
From EastDay.com
BEIJING police have strengthened security at temple fairs for the holiday by introducing helicopter patrols for the first time. More than 1.4 million people ...
Baby born in chopper in Lanka
From Times of India
... helicopter when the delivery took place, Colombo Page website reported officials as saying Friday. The air force had deployed four helicopters to rescue ...
From TheChronicleHerald.ca
... as well as making helicopters and their parts. Within the aerospace industry, Kaman is best known for inventing dual intermeshing helicopter rotors, ...
From TheNewsTribune.com
It would gain 1400 soldiers and 44 helicopters under the Army's preferred plan. A decision on how to stand up the new helicopter units is expected after ...
Helicopter crash investigation
Deseret News
From StandardNet
Adam Wilkerson, the operations manager for Whirleybird Helicopters, said it is known the helicopter crash was not a result of a mechanical issue, ...
From Alaska Dispatch
Evergreen Helicopters discontinued the service in July 2009 when its workhorse of the operation -- a twin-engine helicopter -- was garaged for repairs. ...
From my.hsj.org
#4 X-50A)This aircraft is one of the few that have awards for vertical takeoff and landing situations of a rotor-craft that has high-subsonic speed and ...
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