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Commercial, Products, Public Service
By Staff Writer | September 1, 2007
Here’s more rotorcraft-related news since our last issue was published. You can find details at www.rotorandwing.com.
Northern Airborne Technology Ltd. is expanding its current one-year product warranty to a two-year period for all its products, effective Sept. 1.
Naples, Fla.-based. Air Technology Engines said its Part 145 repair station had received FAA certification to overhaul and repair the Rolls-Royce 250-C20 engine models B, C, G, J, S and W.
Sikorsky Aircraft’s S-92 has entered service on the west coast of Denmark. The introduction of the S-92 in Denmark occurred July 3 when the type made its first revenue flight for CHC Denmark.
Era Helicopters has gained FAA approval of its flight operations quality assurance (FOQA) program. It claims to be the only helicopter operator with an FAA-approved FOQA program.
The Colorado Springs, Colo.-based air ambulance operator taps Texas Aviation Services for aircraft NVG mods.
A second new Topeka Police Dept. helicopter will not fly.