Just days after revealing their new line of Modular Equipment
Racks designed for Bell 206/407 and Eurocopter AS350/355 Models,
Geneva Aviation, Inc. announced its STC for a rear communications
console designed for the Eurocopter AS350/355.
Earns ASETPA Acceptance Two Years After Predecessor
Aero-News learned this week the Civil Aviation Safety Authority
of Australia (CASA) has made the TBM 850 eligible for public
transportation of passengers and freight in all conditions of
flight according to ASETPA (Approved Single Engine Turbine Powered
Aircraft) rules, just two years after the TBM 700C2.
Mercy Air added a Bell 222 helicopter and its pilot, flight
nurse and paramedic to a new station at the Hesperia Airport April
1. Mercy Air 22 is available 24 hours a day and responds not only
to scenes of accidents, but will also transport to and from
Aims To Increase Awareness Of Canadian Technologies
Aero-News has learned representatives from leading Canadian
defense companies, the Canadian government and academia have formed
a national trade organization to promote the advancement and global
application of Canadian expertise in the growing field of unmanned
vehicle systems, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Dart Helicopter Services told ANN Tuesday its affiliated
partner, DART Aerospace Ltd., has received FAA and EASA
certification for their AS 350/355 crosstubes. Transport Canada
approval was received in September 2006.
Citation Owners May Now Come To Portsmouth For Maintenance
Dallas Airmotive tells ANN it has expanded the services of its
Portsmouth, England Regional Turbine Center (RTC) with the addition
of repair, hot section inspection and field service on the Pratt
& Whitney Canada PW500 series of engines.