EIT LLC — a technology-based company providing full-service electronic manufacturing, engineering and product-development services to aerospace, medical, instrumentation, telecommunications and defense customers for almost 40 years — announces it will be attending the Aircraft Electronics Association Trade Show in Dallas, TX, June 22-25, 2021.
At Helicopter Maintenance magazine, we remain optimistic about the future of the helicopter industry. So much so that we are ending the year with our first ever attendance at a European helicopter trade show!
Boost Human External Cargo Systems (Boost Systems – www.boostsystems.ca ), a provider of human external cargo (HEC) systems and services for the rescue, utility, public safety and defense sectors, receives supplemental type certification validation (STC# VST0947) for both its Airbus AS350-AS355 and Bell 407 HEC systems (including personnel carrying device system, or PCDS) from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).
HAI Statement on the passing of Matt Zuccaro: Helicopter Association International (HAI) is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Matthew S. Zuccaro, the immediate past president and CEO of the association. Plans for services are at the bottom of this announcement. "Matt was one of a kind in our industry," says current HAI President and CEO James Viola. "Helicopters were part of his life,...
Helicopter Association International (HAI) announces that Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) administrator, Steve Dickson, is scheduled to attend HAI HELI-EXPO 2020 in Anaheim, CA, on Jan. 28, 2020.
Helinet Aviation Services, a U.S. helicopter operator, announces the appointment of Sean M. Cross as president and COO. A retired U.S. Coast Guard captain and aviator with 25 years of distinguished service, Cross is responsible for leading the company’s day-to-day operations and growth into new markets.
The board of directors of Helicopter Association International (HAI) names James A. Viola as the organization's next president and CEO, effective Jan. 16, 2020. Viola replaces Matthew S. Zuccaro, who announced his retirement last fall.