News and issues regarding all manner of civil and military rotorcraft and their powerplants, including helicopters, tilt rotors and unmanned air vehicles.
Sikorsky's entry in the Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program moves closer to first flight.
Approval for Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) allows a company to support an aircraft through its complete lifecycle.
The U.S. Army currently operates a fleet of 2,100 Black Hawks and intends to continue flying them for another 30 years.
Munich Airport and Airbus are partnering to help cities and regions develop infrastructure to support advanced air mobility (AAM) services using eVTOLs.
The Cypriot National Guard has ordered six militarized H145s from Airbus Helicopters.
HAI and the Eastern Region Helicopter Council have partnered with PlaneNoise and the FAA for noise abatement solutions in the Washington, D.C. region.
NBAA is praising the formation of the bipartisan Congressional Advanced Air Mobility Caucus, which aims to educate members about this emerging technology.
Australia’s CASA is taking steps to address the lack of specific aircraft class ratings for single-pilot, less complex, multi-engine helicopters.
An Airbus H225 earlier this month performed the first-ever helicopter flight using 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel in all of its engines.
Universal is providing panel and helmet mounted enhanced vision displays to European law enforcement agencies.