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Trakka annonces FAA approval for Bell series

Trakka annonces FAA approval for Bell series

Moorabbin, Aust – Trakka Systems is pleased to announce that they have received an FAA STC SR02657LA for the installation of the A800 searchlight onto the Bell 206B/206L and B407 helicopter variants. The Certification covers the integration of the Trakka A800 searchlight, Pilot Control Interface Unit (PCIU), Control Interface Unit (CIU) and Trakka Control Pane;… Read more »

Source: Trakka Systems, 05-Mar-18

Dakota Air Parts Displays New Composite Tail Rotor Blade at Heli-Expo

Dakota Air Parts Displays New Composite Tail Rotor Blade at Heli-Expo

Dakota Air Parts Intl., Inc. a specialist in the buying, selling and support of a variety of rotor-wing and fixed-wing aircraft, turbine engines, and parts has announced that it is displaying a new to market composite tail rotor blade for the Bell 206A and 206B helicopters during Heli-Expo 2018​, February 27 – March 1 in… Read more »

Source: Dakota Air Parts, 26-Feb-18

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Synodon wins FAA STC for realSens on Bell 206

Synodon wins FAA STC for realSens on Bell 206

Synodon Inc. (“Synodon”) (SYD), announces that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approving the installation of Synodon’s realSens(TM) system on Bell 206B Jet Ranger type helicopters registered and operating in the United States. Synodon already holds an STC for this helicopter in Canada as well as STC’s in both… Read more »

Source: Synodon, 03-Feb-15

Zip Aviation Welcomes Back a Member of its fleet

Zip Aviation Welcomes Back a Member of its fleet

Zip Aviation re-entered their Bell Jet Ranger 206B into service at their Downtown Manhattan (New York City) Heliport. The Bell Jet Ranger 206B, or known as 99ZA, has received many new upgrades just in time for the summer season. 99ZA’s Turbine engine was overhauled by Aeromaritime, making it like new. The ship was then sent… Read more »

Source: Zip Aviation, 26-Apr-13

Replacement Cyclic Friction certified for Bell 206B, 206L and 407

Replacement Cyclic Friction certified for Bell 206B, 206L and 407

AERO Design Ltd. proudly announces Transport Canada certification of our Replacement Cyclic Friction Assembly for the Bell 206B, 206L Series, and 407, Supplemental Type Certificate SH12-59. The Replacement Cyclic Friction Assembly is a direct replacement for the original knob and shaft assembly used to tighten the cyclic friction. The replacement part removes the typical wear… Read more »

Source: Aero Design, 12-Dec-12

Dart announces FAA/EASA certification for B206 screw-in Windshield Kit for Bell 206

Dart announces FAA/EASA certification for B206 screw-in Windshield Kit for Bell 206

DART Helicopter Services (DHS) is pleased to announce FAA & EASA approval of DART Aerospace Ltd.’s (DAS) new Screw-in Windshield Modification Kit for Bell 206A/B/L/L1/L3/L4 model aircraft. Transport Canada approval has been previously received. The new DAS Screw-in Windshield Modification Kit allows the operator to replace the existing OEM windshield retainers with quick change out… Read more »

Source: DART Helicopter Services, 21-May-12

Cadorath announces 41 Bell repairs

Cadorath announces 41 Bell repairs

Cadorath Aerospace announces it’s development of new Bell Helicopter repairs in the 1st half of May 2012. The Cadorath design and engineering department continues to develop approved repairs for the Bell Helicopter line nearing close to a total of 800 repairs now available. Cadorath Aerospace recently engineered a long list of new repairs on the… Read more »

Source: Cadorath Aerospace, 16-May-12

EASA approves Van Horn composite blades for B206

EASA approves Van Horn composite blades for B206

Rotor blade manufacturer Van Horn Aviation (VHA) recently received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for VHA’s 206B/L series composite tail rotor blade. “Operators on five continents are already experiencing the benefits of flying VHA tail rotor blades, including reduced pedal forces and greater tail rotor authority at high… Read more »

Source: Van Horn Aviation, 08-May-12

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Sweden’s second oldest operator Lapplandsflyg closes its business

Sweden’s second oldest operator Lapplandsflyg closes its business

Sweden’s oldest active helicopter company, Lapplandsflyg, has decided to retire. The flight operations will be terminated this summer, and its business will be permanently closed. The shut-down includes the summer bases in Kvikkjokk and Hemavan/Ammarnäs, together with the shuttle routes between Hemavan-Ammarnäs and Ritsem-Staloluokta-Kvikkjokk as well. The routes will be inherited by other companies and… Read more »

Source: Nordic Rotors, 27-Apr-12

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