With a bold new look, aerial tour operator Sundance Helicopters aims to offer the complete VIP treatment.
story & Photos by Dan Megna
ON THE LINE
Human external cargo operations are now commonplace in powerline construction and maintenance. Should they be?
story by elan head | photos by heath moffatt
How Canadian operators are weathering the effects of a natural resources sector in nosedive.
by kenneth I. swartz
Do the new regulations governing helicopter operations over the North Sea go far enough?
by Elan head
MADE IN CANADA
Airbus Helicopters Canada celebrates its 30th anniversary with expanded capabilities.
Story by oliver johnson | photos by mike reyno
GOING WITH THE FLOW
FastFin creator BLR Aerospace has performance-enhancing modifications on 5,000 aircraft around the world.
By Guy R. Maher
A BRUSH WITH DISASTER
“No matter what happens, fly the goddamned aircraft!” — the day Jason Colquhoun flew into power lines.
story & photos by Jason Colquhoun
FROM SEA TO SKY
Sister companies Pier 7 Heliports and GrandView Aviation have transformed rotary-wing access to downtown Baltimore, Md.
By Kenneth I. swartz
MOVING THROUGH MOUNTAINS
From density changes to wind waves, mountain pilots face some unique meteorological conditions.
By ed brotak