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Entries for July 2014

EC135 Simulator Receives FAA Stamp of Approval

Shreveport, Louisiana – Since installing the EC135 Level D Full Motion Simulator at the Helicopter Flight Training Center this spring, pilots and technicians were busy testing the system and preparing it for certification.  Although the simulator was certified at its previous location, FlightSafety International’s DFW facility, it had to receive FAA certification once again at its new base in Shreveport, Louisiana.  

Bell Helicopter Selected by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office for a Bell 407GX

Phoenix, AZ – Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company (NYSE: TXT), announced that, pending successful final negotiations, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department intends to award a contract for a Bell 407GX. The aircraft will be used for parapublic missions, including: search and rescue, fire suppression, and law enforcement air support to public safety agencies throughout San Diego County. 

From Arizona Republic
But Police Chief Daniel V. Garcia, who made the decision to implement the changes, said the helicopter cuts would not hinder the unit from performing its missions. "I am confident and very comfortable with going down to six helicopters," he said. The ...
From WhaTech
This report provides readers with a comprehensive analysis of the Military Rotorcraft market through 2013-2023, including highlights of the demand drivers and growth stimulators for Military Rotorcraft. It also provides an insight on the spending ...
Exclusive: Navy, Coast Guard send SOS to govt on helicopter crisis
India Today
From India Today
And it concerns the helicopter fleet of the Indian Navy (IN) and the Indian Coast Guard (ICG). No sizeable acquisition in over a decade, an unforgiving procedure and the ghost of the AgustaWestland scandal have together ensured that the helicopters ...
Georgia State Patrol Expands Bell Helicopter Fleet at ALEA 2014

PHOENIX, AZ – Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company (NYSE: TXT), has announced a signed purchase agreement with Georgia State Patrol for a Bell 429 at the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) exposition today, in Phoenix, Ariz. The signing ceremony took place in front of the aircraft on display at the Bell Helicopter booth #209.
 

Advanced Helicopter Services Announces Maintenance Service Agreement

Woodland, CA -- Advanced Helicopter Services (AHS) has announced a service agreement to provide helicopter maintenance services for the City of Sacramento, California.  AHS will support the Sacramento fleet of three Bell OH-58A helicopters by providing dynamic component inspection, maintenance and overhaul services.  AHS will provide the services from their comprehensive helicopter service center located at the Watts-Woodlands airport in Woodland, California.

AgustaWestland Introduces SW-4 to Law Enforcement Community at ALEA

Finmeccanica – AgustaWestland is taking the opportunity to introduce the law enforcement community to the SW-4 light-single engine helicopter and its range of customer support and training offerings at the Airborne Law Enforcement Association annual meeting, taking place this week in Phoenix, Arizona.

From Business Wire (press
The report provides a comprehensive Competitive Benchmarking & SWOT analysis on the World's Top 6 helicopter & rotorcraft manufacturers besides providing detailed analysis of their Strategies, Plans, Strategic Priorities & Overall Strategy Focus ...
From Seacoastonline.com
FAA regulations require helicopters to fly at "an altitude of 1,000 feet above the highest obstacle," when they are flying over congested areas, except when the helicopter is taking off or landing, or needs to fly lower for safety reasons. Pease ...
From Sacramento Bee
The Vietnam veteran told soldiers at a gathering later that he recalled when "helicopters would take us into remote areas and jungles where we couldn't get into, and the helicopter would hover about 4 to 6 feet off the ground, and we would jump out ...
From Seacoastonline.com
FAA regulations require helicopters to fly at ???an altitude of 1,000 feet above the highest obstacle,??? when they're flying over congested areas, except when the helicopter is taking off or landing, or needs to fly lower for safety reasons. Pease ...
From ABC News
Kansas City attorney and medical helicopter safety expert Gary Robb says the aircraft are also difficult to fly. "Helicopters don't glide," he said. "You must pay attention every second. If you don't, they are dangerous." He said helicopters crash at a ...
AgustaWestland Awarded AW159 Wildcat FASGW Missile Integration Contract

Finmeccanica – AgustaWestland is pleased to announce that it has signed a contract with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) valued at £90 million to integrate, test and install the Future Anti-Surface Guided Weapon (FASGW) Heavy and Light missile systems onto 28 Royal Navy AW159 Wildcat helicopters. The contract award was announced today at the Farnborough International Air Show by Philip Dunne MP, Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology.

From The Herald | HeraldO
The report provides a comprehensive Competitive Benchmarking & SWOT analysis on the World's Top 6 helicopter & rotorcraft manufacturers besides providing detailed analysis of their Strategies, Plans, Strategic Priorities & Overall Strategy Focus ...
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