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Aerial Fire Conference

EASA certifies Safran Aneto-1K in Leonardo AW189K

Safran Helicopter Engines receives European Aviation Safety Agency Type Certification for its Aneto-1K engine, as fitted to the Leonardo AW189K.

Lockheed Martin MOU with Canadian UAVs for BVLOS

Canadian UAVs and Lockheed Martin Canada CDL Systems sign a memorandum of understanding to provide an unmanned traffic management BVLOS solution.

BCEHS and Helijet celebrate 15 years of Santa Flights

BC Emergency Health Services and Helijet mark the 15th anniversary of Santa Flights, an event that brings Santa via air ambulance to visit children in British Columbia hospitals.
Sponsored Spotlight 
HAI Expo

Network with the Best of Vertical Aviation

Nowhere else in the world can you see up close and personal, the exceptional machines, avionics and support equipment that make up the civil helicopter market…. Coming to Anaheim, CA in January 2020. The show annually brings the helicopter industry together for four days of meetings, education, awards and networking. And of course, there’s always lots of excitement on a show floor packed with more than 700 exhibitors displaying the latest aircraft, engines, avionics, and everything an aviation business needs. >> Learn more
Featured News 
Bell 505

Delivery of first Bell 505 to Horizon International

Horizon International Flight Academy’s CEO travels to Mirabel, Quebec, to take delivery of the training organization’s first of 12 Bell 505 helicopters as per an agreement signed in November at the Dubai Air Show. The 505 is configured for flight training, fully equipped with an integrated glass cockpit. » Read more...

Enstrom celebrates 60 years

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation is celebrating its 60th anniversary on December 22, 2019, after its founding in Menominee. Enstrom today continues to operate out of this northern Michigan city in a 160,000-square-foot production facility. It has produced more than 1,300 aircraft operated in 50-plus countries. » Read more...
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Annex Bookstore

The Helicopter Pilots Handbook

One problem with helicoptering is that there are virtually no flying clubs, at least of the sort that exist for fixed wing, so pilots get very little chance to swap stories, unless they meet in a muddy field somewhere, waiting for their passengers.

As a result, the same mistakes are being made and the same lessons learnt separately instead of being shared – it’s comforting sometimes to know that you’re not the only one to inflate the floats by accident!

In short, this is all the stuff nobody taught me – every tip and trick I have learnt has been included. >> Order now

First flight for Harbour Air all-electric aircraft

Harbour Air, North America’s largest seaplane airline headquartered in Richmond, BC, completes the inaugural flight of the world’s first all-electric commercial aircraft. » Read more...

Fox Flight expands Lear fleet

Fox Flight Air Ambulance of Toronto completes its fleet update welcoming a third Lear 40-XR to its operation of specially configured air ambulances. » Read more...

Home grown, Air Canada and the A220

With 45 Airbus A220s on order and the first such aircraft set to arrive in a matter of weeks, Air Canada’s VP of network planning describes the business impact of the aircraft. » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
Aviation This Week

Harbour Air all-electric test

In this episode of Aviation This Week: Harbour Air lifts off from the Fraser River for the first flight of its magniX500-powered all-electric commercial aircraft. Then CAE expands its 25-year training relationship with Emirates to prepare the airline for its 777X aircraft; and Air Transat signs a new contract to utilize KF Aerospace’s new 75,000-square-foot maintenance hangar at Hamilton International Airport. » See More


January 27-30, 2020
Location: Anaheim, CA
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ATMS 2020

February 4-6, 2020
Location: Toronto, ON
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