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INSIDE THIS EDITION: Museum tours ready for take-off • Helitech Portugal’s first conference to debate latest rotary wing issues and challenges • Strong, steady future for helicopters • Sikorsky eyes helicopter deal with Indian Navy • Plus much more! April 2010
Museum tours ready for take-off ONE of the region’s top tourist attractions is geared up to give potential visitors a guided tour – before they even leave home. The Helicopter Museum, on Locking Moor Road in WestonSuper-Mare, is using the
latest technology to provide a 360-degree virtual tour on its website – and the good news is that it hasn’t cost a penny. Portishead company 360VirtualTours.co.uk picked out the museum as its first-ever
chosen charity and has created a number of fully-interactive tours free of charge, including hangar tours and even an internal cockpit shot. The museum, the largest of its kind in the world, is also planning to use the virtual tour as part of its Education Outreach Programme, with its Education Officer and volunteers able to show the virtual tours on projector screens as part of their presentation when they visit schools, clubs and disabled groups in the area. Matthew Evans, who runs 360VirtualTours.co.uk, explained: “Since the start of the company it was always an aim to be able to set aside some of our time each year to help some of the fantastic local charities we have in Somerset. “The Helicopter Museum was an obvious first choice for us as it is such a well-loved local attraction. The tours we have created will not only help to draw visitors to their website but will also give less ablebodied visitors the chance to experience being inside a helicopter cockpit.” The museum’s General Manager, Lee Mills, added: “We were overjoyed by the donation of this virtual tour and immensely impressed by both the quality and professional production. “The virtual tour will take pride of place on our website to give potential visitors to the museum a taste of what they can see here and at the same time it clearly demonstrates the size and scale of our world famous collection – something that standard still imagery simply cannot accomplish.”
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Helitech Portugal’s first conference to debate the latest rotary wing issues and challenges Following on from the success of its inaugural event in Portugal in 2008, Helitech will once again be staged at Airport Cascais, Estoril this year from 5 – 7 October. Initial indications are that 2010 is going to be bigger with more than 50% of the exhibition space already sold. New for the 2010 event is a two-day conference that will take place onsite at Airport Cascais. Initial proposed themes will include looking at ‘Safety Management Systems (SMS) for the smaller operator’. Most major helicopter operators already employ SMS, but only a small
proportion of smaller operators have embraced the concept, and the clock is ticking, as the EASA requires all operators, regardless of their size, to have a procedure in place by 2012. This session will demonstrate how various elements of flight safety, such as incident reporting, quality management and Crew Resource Management (CRM), can be coordinated into a set of key processes to help operators proactively manage risk and continually improve their safety cultures. The second theme will raise the question ‘Training to standards or
Women in Aviation Int’l congratulates the WASP on their Congressional Medals Women in Aviation, International (WAI) joins the many other groups and organizations in congratulating the WASP for their selfless and courageous work on behalf of the United States during World War II. “We have long known what many citizens are just now learning for the first time – that this intrepid group of women pilots made an invaluable contribution to the war effort,” said Women in Aviation, International President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. “We are delighted that their hard work and many sacrifices will be honored on March 10.” At WAI’s recently concluded annual Conference in Orlando, WASP Bernice (“Bee”) Haydu spoke at the closing banquet and said, “Women in Aviation is carrying on our name, and they have done so much for us.” It was at this banquet that Loral Blinde, Senior Vice President Human Resources at AirTran Airways pledged to give any WASP who wanted to come to Washington, DC for
proficiency’. The overall answer is, of course, that it’s vital to train for both, but the balance to be struck between them is currently a hot topic within training organizations. How much of a course do you apportion towards getting a student to pass an exam and how much towards ensuring that, once qualified, they have the skills to be an effective crewmember? Papers will offer contrasting views of where the balance lies and how the resultant package can be most effectively delivered to student air and ground crews. The third area to be covered will be aerial firefighting. This session will include areas such as how to attract a new generation of pilots, advice on negotiating government contracts and other topical areas. Some of the key exhibitors already signed up for Helitech
Portugal include Heliportugal, Carl Zeiss, DART Helicopter Services and Standard Aero. The exhibition floor and static display area will once again show all aspects of the rotary wing supply chain, covering both civil and military. “By adding the conference element into the show line-up and ensuring the proposed themes cover key, relevant topics to our audience, we are offering visitors maximum return on their time investment,” says Helitech Portugal’s Exhibition Director Sue Bradshaw. “Visitors can hear the theory and learn from case studies during the conference sessions and then see some of the latest rotary wing products and technologies showcased in the exhibition hall.” See our ad in this edition on page 25.
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Enstrom to supply aircraft for JSDF training program Enstrom Helicopter Corporation has recently been chosen by the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force to supply the next generation of training helicopters for the JGSDF Pilot Training Program. The program calls for the first evaluation helicopter to be delivered in 2010, with a total of 30 aircraft to be delivered by 2014. Enstrom was chosen in a competitive bidding process over two formidable manufacturers. This marks the second major training program Enstrom has been awarded in the last year. In combination with the 16 helicopters slated for the Royal Thai Army, Enstrom’s 480B trainer backlog now stands at 46 aircraft. “The JGSDF bidding and selection process is extremely rigorous,” commented Enstrom’s Managing Representative in Asia, David Blake, of Blake & DeJong Ltd. “To be chosen after such an exhausting review really shows that Enstrom and the 480B are serious contenders for military training aircraft. With two large training programs won, in competitions that included all the major manufacturers, it is becoming apparent that the 480B is becoming the military trainer of choice around the world.” Enstrom’s representative in Japan, Aero Facility, led the effort with the JGSDF Training Program. “15 years ago when we brought the first 480 into Japan, I realized that this
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Strong, steady future for helicopters The helicopter market never seems to be as volatile as other sectors of GA and Rolls-Royce’s annual forecast for turbine helicopters seems to bear that out. The civilian market has been down a bit, but the military market has been rock steady, and the resurgence in civilian orders will give manufacturers a boost in the next 10 years. Helicopters are a necessity and new ways to use them are being exploited all the time so Ken Roberts, president of Rolls-Royce helicopter engines said in a presentation at Heli-Expo 2010 he’s expecting strong
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when it rolled over shortly after it landed at Vioska Knoll 956 (VK956), an offshore platform located in the Gulf of Mexico. The helicopter remained on the platform. The pilot and secondin-command, along with the five passengers, were not injured. A company IFR flight plan was filed for the flight that originated at the operator’s base in Boothville, Louisiana, and was destined for VK956. CEN10LA078 DATE: Friday, December 25, 2009 LOCATION: Decatur, TX Aircraft: Bell 407 Injuries: 2 Serious, 1 Minor. On December 25, 2009, about 1258 CST, a Bell 407 helicopter was substantially damaged during a hard landing following a loss of engine power shortly after takeoff from the Wise Regional Health System Helipad (XA57), in Decatur, Texas. The pilot and flight medic sustained serious injuries while the flight nurse sustained minor injuries. The cross-country flight was departing for Wichita Falls, Texas, to pick up a patient. According to the pilot, after takeoff and while approximately 100 feet in the air, the singleengine helicopter experienced a complete loss of engine power. The pilot performed an autorotation back to the originating helipad. The helicopter experienced a hard landing before coming to rest in an upright position. According to the FAA inspector that responded to the accident site, the helicopter’s lower fuselage sustained structural damage.
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WPR10GA102 DATE: Friday, January 08, 2010 LOCATION: Kooskia, ID WPR10CA094 Aircraft: HUGHES 369D DATE: Friday, January 01, 2010 Injuries: 3 Serious. LOCATION: Tipton, CA On January 08, 2010, about 1220 Aircraft: Hiller UH-12E MST, a Hughes 369D experienced Injuries: 1 Minor. a loss of engine power and landed While maneuvering at low level hard in the wilderness near over a field during an aerial Kooskia, Idaho. The pilot and two application flight, the pilot took his passengers sustained serious hand off the collective to adjust injuries; the helicopter sustained the sun visor because the sun substantial damage. The local area was in his eyes. The pilot reported flight originated from a ranger that he had used his leg to block station about 25 minutes prior to the collective from moving as he the accident. adjusted the visor. The helicopter During a telephone conversation hit mild turbulence and bumped with a NTSB investigator, one of his leg away from the collective. the passengers reported that both The collective slipped down, and he and the other passenger were the helicopter impacted the ground employed with the Idaho Fish and and rolled over on its side. The Game. He stated that the purpose helicopter sustained substantial of the flight was a wolf capturing damage to the tailboom and mission. While maneuvering cockpit. The pilot stated that there around area where Kelly Creek were no mechanical failures or and Moose Creek intersect, several malfunctions with the helicopter’s wolves were spotted. As the pilot flight control system or engine maneuvered the helicopter closer prior to the accident. to the wolves’ location, a loud “bang” emitted from the engine WPR10CA100 compartment, followed by a loss of DATE: Thursday, January 07, 2010 engine power and slight vibration. LOCATION: Kalispell, MT The rugged terrain below was Aircraft: BELL 206B densely populated by tree. With Injuries: 2 Uninjured. the low rpm light illuminated, the The student pilot reported that pilot attempted to fly the helicopter he was landing the turbinetoward an opening. The helicopter powered helicopter on a frozen landed hard on ice. lake covered by 18 to 24 inches Examinations of the airframe and of snow. He reported that during engine will be conducted. the landing flare, in reduced
Sikorsky eyes helicopter deal with Indian Navy NEW DELHI–US helicopter manufacturer Sikorsky is actively pursuing defence deals with the Indian Navy to cater to its requirement of multirole helicopters. The firm is offering the S-70B through the direct commercial sale route. Simultaneously, the US Air Force has responded to the Indian Navy’s RFP for a $1 billion multirole helicopter with the Lockheed Martin-Sikorsky MH-60R. “This is to meet the requirement for 16 helicopters to replace the aging Sea King multi-role helicopters. In addition to this, Sikorsky is also in dialogue with the Indian Coast Guard to meet their specific requirements and has responded to their RFI that was sent out for leasing helicopters,” Steve Estill, vicepresident, strategic partnerships, told FE on the sidelines of DefExpo 2010 in New Delhi. The Indian coast guard is keen to lease around 10 helicopters and Sikorsky will be financing the lease, he added. Acknowledging that India is a fast-growing market and is of high importance to Sikorsky, the company official said, “We want to keep bringing the best of technologies to India and are positive about meeting the requirements of the Indian armed forces and will continuously pursue opportunities here.” As a direct commercial sale, the firm is offering the S-70B
Seahawk and the MH-60R as foreign military sales under the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA). “The MH-60R comes with the interaction of the US government,” said Estill. In 2008, Sikorsky sold the S-76 commercial helicopter to four customers in India and was seeking partners to build S-92 airframes. “Our partnership with the Tata for the S-92 cabins is a testimony of our commitment towards the Indian market and we do hope to be able to make a breakthrough with the defence forces as well.” Under the joint venture, Tata advanced Systems Ltd (TASL) will manufacture aerospace components for Sikorsky in India, including components for S-92 helicopter cabins at their facility located in Hyderabad. The joint venture agreement builds upon a longterm contract signed in June 2009 to enable TASL to assemble Sikorsky S-92 helicopter cabins. The first India-made airframe of the Sikorsky S-92 medium-lift helicopter will be handed over to the US firm in November and there is the distinct possibility of the entire helicopter being manufactured in this country at some stage—the first instance of a major aviation activity in the private sector. From Hyderabad, the airframes will be sent to the Sikorsky headquarters in Connecticut, where the engines, avionics and interiors.
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international helicopter community. Following voting for the HAI Board of Directors, the newly elected winners are Max Lyons, President, Hilsboro Aviation, Inc.; Anthony “Tony” Burson, Chief Pilot, UTFlight, United Technologies Corporation; and Brian Sonnier, Chief Pilot, Portland General Electric Company. The new members of the executive committee of the Board of Directors are David J. Chevalier, Chairman; Ardis T. Ashton, Vice Chairman; Gale Wilson, Treasurer; and Chris Erickson, Assistant Treasurer. The “Salute to Excellence” Awards Banquet was held Monday night in the Ballroom of the Americas at the Hilton Americas Hotel. The highlight of the banquet was a video paying tribute to award winners, recognizing their outstanding contributions to the international helicopter community.
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airworthiness directives AD #: 2010-05-51 This Emergency AD is prompted by a mandatory continuing airworthiness information (MCAI) AD issued by the EASA, which is the Technical Agent for the Member States of the European Community. The MCAI AD states that ECF has been informed of an emergency landing due to excessive vibrations originating from the main rotor. The MCAI AD also states that as a result of an investigation, it was determined that the main rotor head rotor hub had failed in the attachment area of one of the three drag damper fittings. This condition, if not corrected, could result in failure of a hub, excessive vibrations, loss of a main rotor blade, and subsequent loss of control of the helicopter.
The FAA has reviewed EASB No. 05A012, Revision 1, dated February 19, 2010, which specifies inspecting the rotor hub for a crack. Also, if you find local deterioration (scoring or paint spalling), the EASB specifies sanding the area, removing the finish paint until the primer coat becomes visible, and inspecting the area for a crack. If you find a crack, the EASB specifies replacing the affected rotor hub with a new rotor hub. EASA, the airworthiness authority for France, notified the FAA that an unsafe condition may exist on these helicopter models. EASA advises of an emergency landing due to a set of amplitude vibrations originating from the main rotor. EASA classified the
EASB as mandatory and issued AD No. 2010-0026-E, dated February 19, 2010, to ensure the continued airworthiness of these helicopters in France. This helicopter model is manufactured in France and is type certificated for operation in the United States under the provisions of 14 CFR 21.29 and the applicable bilateral agreement. Pursuant to the applicable bilateral agreement with France, EASA, their technical agent, has kept the FAA informed of the situation described above. The FAA has examined the findings of EASA, reviewed all available information, and determined that AD action is necessary for helicopters of this type design that are certificated for
operation in the United States. This unsafe condition is likely to exist or develop on other helicopters of the same type design. Therefore, this AD requires, at specified intervals, inspecting the rotor hub for a crack. If you find scoring, paint flaking, or left-over identification plate adhesive, the AD requires sanding the area using abrasive paper until the primer coat becomes visible and inspecting the specified areas of the rotor hub for a crack. If you find a crack, the AD requires, before further flight, replacing the rotor hub with an airworthy rotor hub. The actions must be done by following specified portions of the EASB.
United Rotorcraft Solutions awared STC on lead acid battery maintainer for Bell 407 DECATUR, TX, MARCH 23, 2010: United Rotorcraft Solutions (URS) was awarded a FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) SR09567RC for their Lead Acid Battery Maintainer on March 22, 2010. The STC is for the Bell 407. Weighing less than 5 pounds, the maintainer increases
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EASA approval of Apical‘s cable cutters kits for Bell 206 series helicopters DART Helicopter Services’ announces that their subsidiary partner Apical Industries has received EASA approval or their new Cable Cutters Kits for Bell 206A, B, L, L-1, L-3, L-4 helicopters. FAA approval has been previously received. Transport Canada approval is pending. The Cable Cutters Kits provide a means of protecting the helicopter during a wire strike by providing the capability to cut a cable or wire before catastrophic damage occurs. The kit is designed to reduce the possibility of a cable or wire entering the cockpit and to reduce the chance of flight control damage. Similar cable/ wire cutting devices have proven to be effective even during multiple wire strikes. The kit incorporates both an upper and lower cutter and each cutter is designed with high strength cutting blades. The Apical cutter design was tested to verify the capability to cut a cable
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During a news conference in London, Finmeccanica announced it was looking for a partner to help with the replacement of the aged US presidential helicopter fleet. Pier Francesco Guarguaglini, Finmeccanica’s CEO, said the Pentagon has called for companies who are interested in bidding on the project to indicate whether they are interested in doing so. Back in 2005, Lockheed Martin was awarded the contract to upgrade the helicopter fleet consisting of 19 choppers. Lockheed was to provide 28 helicopters, but the Obama administration scrapped the program last year because of cost overruns. Finmeccanica was a subcontractor under that contract. “It depends on the Lockheed Martin mood,” Guarguaglini said. “I am not sure they are still interested” in jointly pursuing the contract. He said Finmeccanica wants to choose a partner within 18 to 24 months. The process is still in the early stages though. The Pentagon has not issued a “request for proposals” yet.
Robinson sets price for R66 Frank Robinson, founder of Robinson Helicopter Co., has announced the price of the new R-66 turbine will be set at $770,000. Robinson is expecting that the new release will help rebound the company from a tough 2009. At Heli-Expo 2010 in Houston, Robinson said the R-66 design is “a little bit smoother, a little bit
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President Obama has nominated retired Army Major General Robert Harding to head the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Harding spent more than 35 years working in U.S. intelligence and retired in 2001 as a senior Army intelligence officer. Harding served on Obama’s transition team.
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Boeing CH-46 Sea Knight Produced:1962–1971 Total Production: H-46: 524, First flight: August 1962, introduction in 1964 Engine(s): 2 x General Electric T58GE-16 turboshaft engines generating 1,870shp and driving two 3-blade rotor systems. Dimensions: Length: 44.82ft (13.66m), Width:0.00ft (0.00m), Height: 16.70ft (5.09m) Max Speed: 166mph (267kmh; 144kts) Max Range: 690miles (1,110km) Rate-of-Climb:1,715ft/min (523m/min) Service Ceiling: 9,498ft (2,895m; 1.8miles) Empty Weight: 11,585lbs (5,255kg) MTOW: 24,299lbs (11,022kg) Accommodation: 3 + 25
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1982 Bell 206 L3 S/N 51009; 9885 hrs TT, Utility configuration, Ground handling wheels, Dual Garmin SL-40 VHF Comm, For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-753-3700, email@example.com 04-10
1996 Bell 430 S/N 49011, R/N: N431UT, 6006 hours TT, EMS configured. Heated bird proof windshield. Pulse light. For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-753-3700, firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
1981 Bell 206 L3 (L1/C-30P) , S/N: 45694, R/N: C-GWHA, 8054 hours TT, Utility Configured, Facet Scavenge filter, Dual Garmin SL-40 VHF COMM, For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-753-3700, email@example.com 04-10
1989 Bell 206 L3 S/N 51328, R/N: 2473 hrs TT, corporate configured, 5 place cabin seating, Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-7533700, firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
1981 Bell 206 L1 S/N: 45676, R/N: N811SP, 6483 hours TT, Corporate/Private Configuration, Baggage extender & Ambulance Doors, No Damage History. For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-753-3700, email@example.com 04-10
2006 Bell 206 L-4 Long Ranger IV S/N 52324, 180 TT, Dual Controls, Rotor Brake, Air Conditioner, Heater, Particle Separator, Skywatch Traffic, Stormscope, Garmin Package: GNS 530 GPS/COMM, SL 30 COMM/NAV, GTX 327 Digital Transponder, GTX 155XL IFR GPS, Sales 512-292-7088 04-10
1993 Bell 206B-3 JetRanger III - PRICE REDUCED! S/N 4281, 731 TT, Corporate Background, New Paint and Interior, Dual Controls, Rotor Brake, High Skids with FliteSteps, Heater and Defroster, Pneumatic Door Openers, King Avionics: KMA-24H Audio Panel, Bose Headsets. Sales 512-292-7088 04-10
Bell For sale, Bell 206L-1C30P, N10761, SN45381. TotalTime, 25,600 hrs. New paint and good component times.The helicopter has been operated in the Las Vegas area doing FAR 135 flightseeing. For Sale or Long Term Lease. Please contact Lash Larew, firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-825-8411, for more detailed information 04-10 Bell 206 fuselage SN1510, good shape, good condition. Call 631-588-2780. 04-10
1981 Bell 206 L1, S/N: 45676, R/N: N811SP, 6,483 hrs TT, Corporate / Private Configuration. For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763753-3700, email@example.com (04-10)
AS 332-L1 Super Puma ready for sale or lease first quarter • Major components including drive train, engines and blades are zero-time new • 7500-hour/15 year “G” inspection completed, Airframe total time 3,184 • Aircraft is equipped and upgraded to North Sea safety standards • First Sagem fully integrated glass cockpit for AS 332 model • All inspections/installations completed by Vector Aerospace • Upgraded airframe and electrical for air conditioning • 2 Garmin 530 GPS, SkyTrac and TCAS-TAS620 • All gyros replaced by Sagem APIRS System
2008 Bell 206 L-4 LongRanger IV - PRICED REDUCED! S/N 52387, 30 TT, High Skids with FliteSteps, Dual Controls, Rotor Brake, High Altitude Tail Rotor, Cargo Hook Provisions, Wire Strike Protection System, 7-Place Blue Vinyl Interior. Sales 512-292-7088 04-10
1999 Bell 407 Price Reduced.S/N 53329, 1461 TT, VIP Corporate Background, 2-Tube EFIS, Coupled Autopilot, Skywatch, Stormscope, Fuel Computer, Stereo, High Skids, Rotor Brake, Air Conditioner, Heater, Strobes. Sales 512-2927088 04-10
1979, Bell 206 B III, TTSN 13,960, SMOH 849, SPOH 3,750/3,750; Equipped with night flying, GPS, Cargo hook, Dual control. Excellent Condition. $540,000 Call Raymond, 418-871-0047. Visit www.thabetaeroplus.ca 04-10
1975 Bell 206B2–Nice older ship, no damage history, mid time componets, Garmin 420, Dart Bear Paws, snow baffels, Hook, auto relight, aux King and FM radio, dual controls, baggage extender, range extender,wedge windows frt, fresh paint & interior 4-yrs ago, always hangered, low skids for 130 mph cruise $395,000. Contact Tom 253-261-1468 04-10
2009 Bell 206 L4, S/N: 52405, R/N: N391SB, “Green” Standard Configuration, For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-7533700, firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
For sale, Bell 206L-1C30P, N1076T, SN45373. TotalTime, 28,200 hrs. New paint and good component times.The helicopter has been operated in the Las Vegas area doing FAR 135 flightseeing. For Sale or Long Term Lease. Please contact Lash Larew, email@example.com, 425-825-8411, for more detailed information 04-10
1989 Bell 206 L3, S/N 51328, R/N: C-FYGB, 2,473 hrs TT, Corporate Configured. For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-753-3700, firstname.lastname@example.org (04-10)
1998 Bell 412 EP, S/N 36201, R/N: N412AT. Exclusively Offered For Sale. 5,760 Hours TT, Standard Configuration, Like New Condition. For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-7533700, email@example.com (04-10)
1992 Enstrom F28F To Be Auctioned! Saturday April 17th. 400 E. Redondo Beach Blvd. Gardena, CA 90248. Dual control, with heater, wide instrument panel Graphic, direction Gyro, vertical speed indicator, GPS 60 Navigator. Needs engine overhaul due to overspeed. Call for location and inspection times, 310-353-7140 04-10
UNDER OFFER! 2007 Eurocopter EC 120 B S/N: 1494 R/N: C-GWTX Corporate / Private Configured 500 hours TT. For Additional Information: Contact Mark Clancy 763-753-3700, firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
1986 Eurocopter AS350BA, SN 1904, HP100M, 4650 TT, Asking $795,000 USD. For more information, Pollard Aircraft Sales, 817626-7000 or www.pollard-aircraft.com 05-10 1991,SN2415,AS350B-2 for sale.Total time 13,880. Used for flightseeing. No offshore history. Please call or email for component times, pricing and aircraft equipment. For Sale or LongTerm Lease. 425-8258411, Lash@rainierheli.com 04-10 1983 AS-365N Dauphin VIP S/N: 6080, 3400 TT, Fresh Airframe Major Overhaul Contact: marc. email@example.com, Ph: +33 608 786 373, Fax: +33 153 016 550 04-10 1991,SN2475,AS350B-2 for sale.Total time 13,560. Used for flightseeing. No offshore history. Please call or email for component times, pricing and aircraft equipment. For Sale or LongTerm Lease. 425-8258411, Lash@rainierheli.com 04-10
1990 BO105 LS, 4750-TT. Eng 1&2 418-TT.Well equipped, executive configuration, new paint ‘06. $750,000. www.tradewindinternational. com Tradewind Int’l: 800-585-7004, 608-7563632, fax 608-756-2606 04-10
1993 American Eurocopter Twinstar AS355F2, Serial #5481, N355AV, 860TT, S/N CAE841007, very low time, one owner, corporate helicopter. Owned and operated by the original buyer. Flown and maintained regularly since new. It has not been in storage, crash rebuilt, or used as a parts ship; just consistent small amounts of corporate usage year after year. No major damage history. For more information, Pollard Aircraft Sales, 817-626-7000 or www.pollardaircraft.com 05-10
2002 AS350B2 2975TT, RH & LH Sliding Door, Dual Controls, Air Conditioning. Contact Marc Mongeau: +33 608 786 373 tel, +33 153 016 550 fax firstname.lastname@example.org (04-10)
1992, MD520N S/N LN019,TTSN 6850, SMOH 1750, King KY196VHF, King KY76 Transponder, GPS, Interior and Exterior are in good condition, There is no damage. Call Raymond for price, 418871-0047. Visit www.thabetaeroplus.ca 04-10
1993 MD520N S/N:LN046; TTSN 6171, King KY196VHF, King KY76 Transponder, GPS, Auto re-ignite, Interior and Exterior are in good condition, Call Raymond for price, 418-871-0047. Visit www.thabetaeroplus.ca 04-10
2009 MD500E Super Low Time 35TT, Factory Warranty remaining, Beautiful Royal Blue Paint, Comfort windows with sliders on all doors, Paravion door openers on all doors, LH rotor brake, Fargo aux tank, Slant panel, GNS 430 nav/com/ gps, Radar altimeter. Airexcell has new and used MD Helicopters. Check them all out at www. airexcell.us or call Mark at 717-309-3100 04-10 1981 MD500D, S/N 911027D, 6351 TTSN, In shop for avionics/airframe refurb: New AFS filter kit, New Windows, New Paint to cust. spec. & installation of straight 500D instrument panel w/flt inst group and radios. M/R blades avg 69% time remaining, 79 hrs since HSI. Fresh 100/300/ Annual inspections 11/09. Numerous STC’d kits installed. Price $515K, Call for detailed equipment list & component times. 888-463-7953 or AACINC@ATT.NET 04-10
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Robinson 1974 Hughes 300C, 7805TT, 263 SMOH, NDH Low component times. KX95, KT76 w/encoder, intercm door closures, sliding vent windows, grease kit, full length skid shoes, aux tank, abrasion strips, ground wheels, $139,500 Call 701281-9968 04-10 1967 TH55 Hughes/Schweizer 269A, Normal category, 2-owner machine with spare M/R blade, cargo rack, modern avionics. For more info. Pls. Email/call ken at 850-763-9000 sales@ helitechinc.com (12-10)
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2009 Raven II, TT 400, A/C, HID landing lights, bubble windows, turn coordinator, Vertical Compass PAI -700, IVSI United Instruments, digital clock LC-2, Transponder, Garmin GTX330 Mode S w/Remote Mode C Altitude Encoder, ELT, Kannad 406 AF Series 406 MHz, Pilot-side avionics console, 9-hole panel, GPS/COM NAV Garmin 430W COM 2 w/GI-106A CD, Bose interface-all seats, NAT AA12S Stereo Controller Req’d w/2nd COM. Contact Dominique Youakim 217-512-1000, dominique@flywithcia. com, www.flywithcia.com 04-10
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2009 Raven II, New unit–Ferry Time only, A/C, HID landing light, bubble windows,Vertical compass PAI-700, Artificial Horizon, Transponder, Garmin GTX300 Mode, S w/Remote Mode C Altitude Encoder, ELT, Kannad 406 AF Series 406 MHz, Pilot-side avionics console, GPS/ COM Garmin 420W, Bose interface-all seats, NAT AA12S Stereo Controller Req’d w/2nd COM. Contact Dominique Youakim 217-5121000, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.flywithcia.com 04-10
2009 Raven II, New unit–Ferry Time only, A/C, HID landing light, bubble windows,Vertical compass PAI-700, Artificial Horizon, Transponder, Garmin GTX300 Mode, S w/Remote Mode C Altitude Encoder, ELT, Kannad 406 AF Series 406 MHz, Pilot-side avionics console, GPS/ COM Garmin 420W, Bose interface-all seats, NAT AA12S Stereo Controller Req’d w/2nd COM. Contact Dominique Youakim 217-5121000, email@example.com, www.flywithcia.com 04-10
2010 R44, 0TT, 9-hole panel, tinted bubble windows all around. Silver paint with blue strip, blue leather, A/C at the 2009 price. Contact Bulldog Aviation 501-425-1215, firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
2009 RII w/AC, 45 hrs TT. Metallic Astro paint, tan leather, bubble windows, Bose headsets, Garmin 420 & 330 w/traffic displayed. Part 135 flown & maintained. Will Export or Deliver. Full specs & price at hrheli.com. Call Dave at 757488-9044 or e-mail email@example.com 04-10
1997 R-44 Astro, 1770 hrs TT. 9-hole panel perfect for instrument training w/Garmin 430. All AD’s & SB’s complied with and will sell with Fresh 100 hr/Annual Inspection. Full specs & price at www.hrheli.com. Call Dave at 757-4889044 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10 R44Sales.com
2000 Raven I, N6GS, SN 0878, TT 925, Engine SMOH 51, King KT76 Transponder, King KY196A Com Radion, Artificial Horizon, Bose Interface, Engine Overhauled by G&N Aircraft 2007, Tan cloth, fire extinguisher. Contact Dominique Youakim 217-512-1000, dominique@ flywithcia.com, www.flywithcia.com 04-10
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2008 Raven I, TT 60, Bubble windows, Vertical compass PAI-700, Artificial horizon, Transponder, Garmin GTX328 Mode S w/Remote Mode C Altitude Encoder, ELT, Pointer 3000, Pilot-side Avionics Console, GPS/COM Garmin 420W, NAT AA12S Stereo Controller Req’d w/2nd COM, 2 Bose headsets. Contact Dominique Youakim 217-512-1000, dominique@flywithcia. com, www.flywithcia.com 04-10
2009 Raven II, New unit–FerryTime only,A/C, HID landing light, bubble windows, Vertical compass PAI-700, Artificial Horizon, Transponder, Garmin GTX300 Mode, S w/Remote Mode C Altitude Encoder, ELT, Kannad 406 AF Series 406 MHz, Pilot-side avionics console, GPS/COM Garmin 420W, Bose interface-all seats, NAT AA12S Stereo Controller Req’d w/2nd COM. Contact DominiqueYouakim 217-512-1000, dominique@ flywithcia.com, www.flywithcia.com 04-10
2009 RII w/AC - 40 hrs TT.Yellow & black w/tan leather, bubble windows, Bose headsets, Garmin 420, & AM/FM/CD; full specs & price at hrheli. com. Will Export or Deliver. Call Dave at 757488-9044 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
R-22 Mariner B, 1989 1220 TT, 1 owner, primer aux/tank bubble windows art horizon Garmin GPS King 155 cargo hook MR blades 50 TT, like new inside/out, fresh annual, lost medical must sell. Make offer. 209-662-4757 04-10
Schweizer FOR SALE: 2008 Schweizer 269C with TT 681.8 Instrument Trainer Asking $290K Pls. call: Ken Thrasher/ Heli-Tech: 850-763-9000 email: email@example.com 12-10 1996 Schweizer 300CB, N20059 ACTT:2385, ENGTT:385, SN:0053, VFR, Very Clean, hangared, flyable ground wheels, cabin heater. 600 HR, 24 Mo Insp. completed 12/08. $150,000. Contact Patrick at Adirondack helicopters, Inc. (315)8684901 email: PSDillon81@hotmail.com 04-10 Owner wants offers! SAVE 1000’s for like NEW– N388JA, 2004 S-300CBi, 388 TTSN,VFR w/6pack Instrumentation, IFR trainer easily possible. Left Hand Pic, Very clean A/C, ‘04 paint, ‘04 interior, 3-seats. Negotiate with us. A/C located in St. Petersburg, FL. Call for pricing and details. OFFICE 727-823-5200 or FAX 727-823-5484. Visit our website at: www.wfhelicopters.com (04-10)
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1962 Sikorsky S-58T, TTSN 9976, SMOH 14287/13219, SPOH Ask Status, Cargo interior, exterior has been newly painted. Call Raymond for price, 418-871-0047. Visit www. thabetaeroplus.ca 04-10
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Parts Bell 206B Main Rotor Blade,P/N 206-010-200-133. The blade has 3,429 hours remaining or 68%. Call Steve @ 800-359-6457 or firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10 H269C-1 Parts/Project machine for sale. Mfg. Date:11-99 Reg:N2029H SN:101 98% Complete project ship new and used parts. No blades; main or tail. 395TTAF. $105k. Will consider parting out. Call Patrick (315)8684901 Email: PSDillon81@hotmail.com 04-10 Bell Drive & Sump assy, 212-040-365-105, 2 NEW with Bell Certs. Contact Tulsa Propulsion Engines 918-756-6969. (04-10) Bell Quill Assy 212-040-208-003, 2 available with Bell Certs Contact Tulsa Propulsion Engines 918-756-6969. (04-10) Top quality aircraft spares for Honeywell -TPE331, TFE731,T53,T55; General Electric - CF700, CJ610; Pratt & Whitney - PT6A, PT6T; and Rolls-Royce / Allison 250. Let the efficient customer service personnel at Tulsa Propulsion Engines take care of you! Two offices: Tulsa, OK 918-756-6969; Wichita, KS (316) 634-6969 (04-10) Bell HelicopterTailbooms For Sale. 205/212/412 to 206B/L series and 407. Sold with Transport Canada Form 1 Certification, overhauled using Bell CSF Approved Jigs to ensure Structural Compliance for alignment. CHS, Mike Duck, Phone: 604-533-1148, Fax: 604-533-1517, email@example.com (06-10) Parting out Bell 212 and 206 Fuselages, many parts available. Please phone or Fax your requests. CHS, Mike Duck, Phone: 604-533-1148, Fax: 604-5331517, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (06-10) Bell 206L-4 New Low Skid kit for sale.Will trade for float kit for L-4. 631-588-2780. 04-10
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HELICOPTERS FOR SALE: 1998 Bell 412 EP
5,760 hrs TT
1981 Bell 412
17,070 hrs TT
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6,006 hrs TT
1989 Bell 206 L3
2,473 hrs TT
1982 Bell 206 L3
9,885 hrs TT
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8,054 hrs TT
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6,483 hrs TT
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Hughes parts. We have some new Hughes parts at big discounts. Preferred Airparts, 800433-0814 US/Canada; 330-698-0280. Check stock at www.preferredairparts.com (02-11) Hiller parts. We have a small stock of new Hiller parts. Check with us often. Preferred Airparts, 800-433-0814 US/Canada; 330-6980280. Check stock at www.preferredairparts. com (02-11) Eurocopter parts. We have purchased several inventories of new parts and are ready to serve you. Contact us, or search our web site for the parts you need. Preferred Airparts, 800-4330814 US/Canada; 330-698-0280. Check stock at www.preferredairparts.com (02-11) Enstrom parts. We have a small stock of new Enstrom parts. Check with us often. Preferred Airparts, 800-433-0814 US/Canada; 330-6980280. Check stock at www.preferredairparts. com (02-11) Bell parts. We have a nice stock of new parts for Bell 47, 206 and others. It’s worth the effort to check with us, or search our web site for your part numbers. Preferred Airparts, 800433-0814 US/Canada; 330-698-0280. Check stock at www.preferredairparts.com (02-11) New STC Tail Rotor Blades, Part No. 204-2200101 for 204 UH-1 heliopters from Van Horn Aviaiton LLC. Contact HeliBlade Inc. Distributor & Service Center for these new and improved composite tail rotors 530-743-0151 (04-10) RR 250-C20B complete compressor 0.00 TSO new wheels. $45,000.00 USD exchange. Call 631-588-2780. 04-10 ENSTROM PARTS, SALES & SERVICE Huge parts inventory, 20 yrs exp., loaner tools. AOG same day shipping a specialty, full time factory trained A&P parts man on staff. Get service advice with your parts. A.O.G. and Exports Sales New Garden Aviation, Ask for Tom 610268-2048 Fax 610-268-0342 04-10 BELL 47 PARTS FAA/PMA Approved Many in stock and ready to ship. M/R Grips for 1200 hours with no eddy current inspections. Fan Belts, Engine Mounts, Mufflers, Sprag Kits, “ No Bar” Control System and many other parts. texashelicopter@ aol.com, www.thcwasp.com or 972-399-1045 office or 972-790-6397 fax 04-10 Universal Turbine Parts, Inc. Stocking Supplier of Pratt & Whitney PT6A & PT6T Parts, Engines & Accesories. New, Overhauled & Serviceable. We Buy Turbine Aircraft, Engines, & Inventory. All Conditions. Call for Fax or a Quote Call USA +1 334-361-7853, FAX USA +1 334-3610290 E-MAIL: sales@UTPparts.com (08-10) UH-1 Overhauled Components available exchange or outright; 204-012-101-141 M/R hub, 204-040-016-5 Transmission, 204-011-400-11 Swashplate & Support assy., 204-011-401-11 Scissors & Sleeve assy, 205-040-263-111 Input Quill, 205-040-200-1 gen. Offset Quill, (4) 204-040-600-11 Hanger assy., 204-040-003-37 gear box 42, 204-040-012-13 gear box 90. Pac West Helicopters CRS PW6R1161J Tel/530241-2402 “e” email@example.com 04-10 UH-1 Vertical Fin Spar Kits. Pac West Helicopters is an approved Distributor for the Global Helicopter Technology STC approved Vertical Fin Spar replacement which terminates AD9925-12 action. Have your kit installed by us at our Cal. facility where we are able to perform extensive repairs if necessary, order your kit and install it at your shop, or arrange for us to install it at your location. For sales and scheduling contact Tel/530-241-2402 “e” firstname.lastname@example.org 04-10
CIA is an authorized dealer for the Simplex 244 Spray System. From Sales to Complete Installation call for more information. Contact Dominique Youakim 217-512-1000, dominique@ flywithcia.com, www.flywithcia.com 04-10 Bulldog Aviation–Go where you want to go! Located at Saline Co. Regional Airport (KSUZ),We’ll trade for anything! Flight instructors on duty. Call 501-425-1215, email@example.com 09-10 Fuel cell repair or replacement for all makes & models–FAA approved commercial crash resistant construction, flexible bladder nitrile rubber construction, all constructionTSO-C80 certified, 2-year warranty. Contact Floats & Fuel Cells at 901-842-7110, www.ffcfuelcells.com (12-10) Floats & Fuel Cells–your N. american Eurocopter authorized repair facility with comprehensive repair capabilities for all makes & models, available for 24/7 shipping. FAA repair staion no. TH4R544M. 901-842-7110, www.ffcfuelcells.com (12-10) Support the helicopter industry...Become a member of HAI! Call 800-435-4976 or 703683-4646, Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www. rotor.com 04-10 BELL 47 PARTS FAA/PMA Approved We have over 50 years of knowledge in the Bell 47 Model Helicopter. If you have a question or need a part contact us.Texas Helicopter Co., Inc. 972-399-1045 office or 972-790-6397 fax or email us at email@example.com or visit our web site www.thcwasp.com 04-10
WEST FLORIDA HELICOPTERS 30 years of service to the Helicopter Industry: Authorized sales dealer for Sikorsky Global Helicopters/ Light Helicopter Program. Details at OFFICE 727-823-5200 or FAX 727-823-5484.Visit our website at: www.wfhelicopters.com (04-10) Bell Helicopter Importations and Exports, Pre Buy Inspections, as well as Helicopter Appraisals. . Contact: CHS. Mike Duck, Phone: 604533-1148, Fax: 604-533-1517, E-mail: mike@ helistructures.com (06-10) CHS - your complete Bell Helicopter Repair and Overhaul Facility, supporting only Bell Helicopter Products from Component Overhauls to Major Inspections. CHS puts quality first. CHS #9-5225 216th Street Langley, B.C. V2Y 2N3 www.helistructures.com Transport Canada AMO#.137-96 and EASA.145.7112 604-5331148 Fax: 604-533-1517 mike@helistructures. com (06-10) Bell Helicopter Commercial and UH-1 Component Overhauls. 205/212/412/206B/L Series and 407. Quality Services, Competitive Pricing withTechnical staff, specializing only in Bell Products. Contact: CHS, Mike Duck, Phone: 604533-1148, Fax: 604-533-1517, E-mail: mike@ helistructures.com (06-10) Rotor blade repairs by HeliBlade, Inc. a FAA Repair Station. Contact Pablo Martinez at 530743-0151 (04-10)
Specializing in Bell Helicopter Commercial and UH-1 Tailboom Overhauls. 205/212/412 Tailbooms, 206B/L and 407 overhauled using Bell Approved Jigs. Tailbooms overhauled to Bell Specifications. Certification provided Transport Canada Form 1. Mike Duck, 604-533-1148, Fax: 604-533-1517, firstname.lastname@example.org (06-10)
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WANTED Universal Turbine Parts, Inc. We buy Turbine 08/03/2010 15:15 Page 1 Aircraft Engines & Inventory. All conditions. Call or Fax for a Quote 334-361-7853; fax 334-3610290 E-MAIL: sales@UTPparts.com (08-10)
Parts Wanted Bell 206 B&L, 204, 205, 212, 214 , MD, Eurocopter, & Allison. Looking for R/B,W/S, Duals etc. kits and parts. We buy inventories or By The Piece. Call Tradewind Int’l. 800-5857004, 608-756-3632. www.helicopterparts.net email@example.com (12-10)
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Export / Import, Pre-Buys & Transport ANYWHERE! Aircraft Recovery. Contact Tom Sullivan at Sterling Helicopter 215-271-2510 Fax 215-788-7319 E-mail: tom@sterlinghelicopter. com 04-10
Borescope and Videoscope Repair Services. Any brand or any model. Your one stop source for the best value visual inspection equipment since 1981. Check out our new products and rental units at www.Borescopesrus.com or call Borescopes-R-Us at 931-362-4009 04-10
Bulldog Aviation had an immediate buyer for a mid-time Robinson R22. Call 501-425-1215, firstname.lastname@example.org 09-10
Component Overhauls & Part Sales, FAA,CRS, Agusta, Bell, Eurocopter, & MD Approved CSF, Acclaimed Quality Service, Competitive pricing, Discount on Parts, Dedicated Friendly Customer Service. Contact Tom Sullivan at Sterling Helicopter. 215-271-2510 Fax 215-788-7319, E-mail: email@example.com 04-10
TOOLS Make life easier - or at least make your engine and aircraft inspections easier using a flexible borescope from Machida, Inc. Call: 800-4315420 or firstname.lastname@example.org (04-10)
Universal Turbine Parts, Inc. Stocking Supplier of Pratt & Whitney PT6A & PT6T Parts, Engines & Accesories. New, Overhauled & Serviceable. We Buy Turbine Aircraft, Engines, & Inventory. All Conditions. Call for Fax for a Quote Call USA +1 334-361-7853, FAX USA +1 334-3610290 E-MAIL: sales@UTPparts.com (08-10)
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Schools / Training Helicopter Training in Hawaii. Excellence in Flight Training at Mauna Loa Helicopters on Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island. Come fly with us in the best weather in the US. MLH offers: PVT, COM, IFR, CFI, CFII, ATP, FAA certified FLY-IT simulator, mountain course, external load training, and now offering fixed wing training. MLH is 141 certified, and VA approved. Student financing / student housing / college degree programs / International flight training / accelerated programs available. Call (808) 334-0234 or email email@example.com (04-10)
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