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Register Update – Japan – January 2011

Register Update – Japan – January 2011

6-May-2011Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Becker Avionics signs Japanese dealer

Becker Avionics signs Japanese dealer

1-May-2011Source: Becker Avionics

Becker Avionics, a leading provider of communication, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications, has announced that it has entered into a dealer agreement with Mainami Kuko Service Co., Ltd., a Japanese trading company, which sells aircraft parts and avionics systems to Japanese Governmental, Airlines and General aviation customers. Markus... Read more

Japan Fire and Disaster Management Agency orders an AW139

Japan Fire and Disaster Management Agency orders an AW139

29-Apr-2011Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, and Mitsui Bussan Aerospace are pleased to announce that the Fire and Disaster Management Agency of Japan has signed a contract for an AW139 medium twin helicopter. This aircraft will be used to perform fire fighting, emergency medical service, air rescue and transport missions. The helicopter is due to be delivered... Read more

HS-14 completes Operation Tomodachi mission at Misawa

HS-14 completes Operation Tomodachi mission at Misawa

5-Apr-2011Source: US Navy

NAVAL AIR FACILITY MISAWA, Japan — Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS) 14 personnel and aircraft returned to Naval Air Facility Atsugi, April 4, after spending three weeks repositioned at Naval Air Facility Misawa. Over the past three weeks, HS-14 has flown SH-60B Seahawk helicopters to provide Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief in support of Operation Tomodachi.... Read more

Osterman Helicopter win Japan reconstruction contract from Ericsson

Osterman Helicopter win Japan reconstruction contract from Ericsson

31-Mar-2011Source: Nordic Rotors

The large telecom company Ericsson has hired Osterman Helicopter to support the reconstruction of the damaged communication system in Japan. Osterman’s Bell 205 was loaded onto an Antonoav AN-124 freighter at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm yesterday and has now arrived in Tokyo. Tens of thousands were killed as large parts of their society were swept... Read more

CHC and Bristow unite to support Japan

CHC and Bristow unite to support Japan

29-Mar-2011Source: CHC, Bristow

CHC Helicopter and Bristow Group Inc. (NYSE: BRS) today announced a united humanitarian and relief aid initiative, Partners in Relief for Japan, committing both helicopter services and monetary support for the people of Japan following the devastating Northeast Kanto earthquake and tsunami of March 11. The commitment by CHC and Bristow includes heavy- and medium-lift... Read more

Korea to renovate Dokdo HP against Tokyo’s territorial claim

Korea to renovate Dokdo HP against Tokyo’s territorial claim

28-Mar-2011Source: Joongang Daily

South Korea plans to begin full-scale work to renovate a heliport on Dokdo if Japan lays renewed claim to the rocky islets in the East Sea in its new school textbooks, officials said Sunday.... Read more

HSL51 maintains helicopters while supporting Operation Tomodachi

HSL51 maintains helicopters while supporting Operation Tomodachi

28-Mar-2011Source: US Navy

NAVAL AIR FACILITY MISAWA, Japan – Sailors attached to Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light 51 performed routine maintenance on the squadron’s SH-60B/F helicopters, March 27, 2011 at the squadron’s temporary home, here. The sailors, who normally operate from Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan, are performing the maintenance to ensure that the helicopters stay capable of performing... Read more

17-Mar-11 Fukushima, Japan

17-Mar-11 Fukushima, Japan

17-Mar-2011

The aircraft landed safely at Fukushima Airport after encountering potentially dangerous ice build-up on its rotor blades.... Read more

Enstrom signs purchase agreement for second JGSDF helicopter

Enstrom signs purchase agreement for second JGSDF helicopter

11-Mar-2011Source: Enstrom

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation has signed a purchase agreement with Aero Facility Co. Ltd., Enstrom’s representative in Japan, for the second of a planned 30 TH-480B turbine training helicopter procurement for the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force.  The agreement, signed at Enstrom’s Booth during the HAI Expo in Orlando, FL, calls for delivery of the aircraft... Read more

11-Mar-11 JA9670 Eurocopter AS355F2 Sendai, Japan

11-Mar-11 JA9670 Eurocopter AS355F2 Sendai, Japan

11-Mar-2011

Damaged beyond repair by tsunami... Read more

11-Mar-11 JA9857 Eurocopter AS350B Sendai, Japan

11-Mar-11 JA9857 Eurocopter AS350B Sendai, Japan

11-Mar-2011

Damaged beyond repair by tsunami... Read more

Japanese operators order eight more AW139s

Japanese operators order eight more AW139s

8-Mar-2011Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce the signing of contracts for eight more AW139 medium twin helicopters in Japan through its distributor Mitsui Bussan Aerospace. The new helicopters will be operated by the Japan Coast Guard and the Japanese Fire Fighting and Disaster Relief Organisation. With these contracts Mitsui Bussan Aerospace increases the... Read more

Becker Avionics signs Service Center and Dealer Agreement with JAMCO for Japan

Becker Avionics signs Service Center and Dealer Agreement with JAMCO for Japan

6-Mar-2011Source: Becker Avionics

Becker Avionics, a leading provider of communication, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications, announced today that it has entered into a service center and dealer agreement with JAMCO. JAMCO will act as the authorized service center to provide line repairs, bench work, as well as warranty and exchange services... Read more

Sonar buoy falls from US Navy Seahawk

Sonar buoy falls from US Navy Seahawk

6-Feb-2011Source: Stars & Stripes

A buoy typically used for underwater surveillance fell from a Navy SH-60F Seahawk helicopter and crashed into a farm field... Read more

03-Feb-11 Sikorsky SH-60 Atsugi, Japan

03-Feb-11 Sikorsky SH-60 Atsugi, Japan

3-Feb-2011

Sonar buoy fell from helicopter and landed in farm field... Read more

Japan – Governments of three prefectures cooperate on EMS operations

Japan – Governments of three prefectures cooperate on EMS operations

20-Jan-2011Source: Police Aviation News

This spring the local governments of three prefectures in the northern Kanto region – Tochigi, Gunma and Ibaraki – will jointly operate their ambulance helicopters beyond their prefectural borders in what is claimed to be the first mutual assistance operation of ambulance helicopters in Japan. Similar joint operations also are planned in the Kansai region,... Read more

Register Update – Japan – December 2010

Register Update – Japan – December 2010

17-Jan-2011Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Japan’s Saitama Prefecture orders an AW139

Japan’s Saitama Prefecture orders an AW139

11-Jan-2011Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, and Mitsui Bussan Aerospace are pleased to announce that Saitama Prefecture of Japan has placed an order for an AW139 medium twin helicopter. This aircraft will be operated by the Fire Fighting and Disaster Relief Department to perform fire fighting, emergency medical service, air rescue and transport missions. The helicopter will... Read more

Register Update – Japan – November 2010

Register Update – Japan – November 2010

7-Jan-2011Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Inspections keep HMM-265 blades spinning

Inspections keep HMM-265 blades spinning

10-Dec-2010Source: US Marine Corps

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION FUTENMA, OKINAWA, Japan  — Between training exercises and deployments, the CH-46E Sea Knight helicopter is an asset used throughout the Marine Corps, said Maj. Cory Dekraai, an Ann Arbor, Mich. native and aircraft maintenance officer with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 265, Marine Aircraft Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine... Read more

Japan selects Mitsubishi’s proposal to build 40 UH-60J SAR helicopters

Japan selects Mitsubishi’s proposal to build 40 UH-60J SAR helicopters

9-Dec-2010Source: Sikorsky

December 8, 2010 Stratford, Conn., – Japan’s Ministry of Defense has selected Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ (MHI) proposal to supply the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) with a new fleet of advanced UH-60J search and rescue helicopters. The aircraft will be produced under license from Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX). The... Read more

Register Update – Japan – October 2010

Register Update – Japan – October 2010

17-Nov-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Virgin Atlantic offer free helicopter shuttle to Upper Class passengers in Tokyo

Virgin Atlantic offer free helicopter shuttle to Upper Class passengers in Tokyo

5-Nov-2010Source: HeliHub.com

From Monday November 1st, passengers travelling Virgin Atlantic Upper Class and entitled to a chauffeur-driven car, can utilise a special helicopter transfer service when travelling in and out of Tokyo. Passengers will be picked up and taken to the heli pad, then the helicopter will fly them into Tokyo central where a chauffeur-driven car will... Read more

Japan: Asahi Shimbun takes delivery of a GrandNew

Japan: Asahi Shimbun takes delivery of a GrandNew

27-Oct-2010Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, and Kaigai Aviotech Corporation are pleased to announce that Japan’s leading newspaper ‘The Asahi Shimbun’ has taken delivery of a GrandNew light twin engine helicopter. This helicopter will be used to perform news gathering and aerial photography missions. The aircraft is the first GrandNew helicopter to be sold in Japan and... Read more

HeliHub.com expands registration update coverage

HeliHub.com expands registration update coverage

26-Oct-2010Source: HeliHub.com

Through 2010, HeliHub.com has become known for its range of official register updates, where we list new helicopter registrations, cancellations, changes of owner etc for a range of countries – Australia, Austria, Ireland, Japan, Norway, New Zealand, South Africa, Switzerland and UK. We are now very pleased to report that, in association with AMCAR, we... Read more

Japan’s Saitama Prefecture to charge for helicopter rescues?

Japan’s Saitama Prefecture to charge for helicopter rescues?

17-Oct-2010Source: Mainichi Daily News

Looking to cut down on inappropriate usage of rescue services, lawmakers in the Saitama prefectural assembly are introducing an ordinance that would allow prefectural rescue helicopters to charge for their services.... Read more

Register Update – Japan – September 2010

Register Update – Japan – September 2010

10-Oct-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

03-Oct-10 41720 Bell UH-1 Yao, Japan

03-Oct-10 41720 Bell UH-1 Yao, Japan

3-Oct-2010

It was taking a test flight after a regular maintenance check and was hovering when it crashed, the GSDF said.... Read more

26-Sep-10 JA9635 Eurocopter AS332L Yaku-shima Island, Japan (2F)

26-Sep-10 JA9635 Eurocopter AS332L Yaku-shima Island, Japan (2F)

26-Sep-2010

Controlled impact into terrain, foggy conditions reported... Read more

Register Update – Japan – August 2010

Register Update – Japan – August 2010

8-Sep-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed.  Our coverage  represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet.  Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

HSC-25 provides support, departs Iwakuni

HSC-25 provides support, departs Iwakuni

31-Aug-2010Source: US Marine Corps

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan  — The Navy’s first and only forward-deployed Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron, Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25, based at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, has resided in Iwakuni during the past few months to take part in training and maintenance of its aircraft as the squadron before heading out to... Read more

Enstrom flies first 480B for JGSDF training programme

Enstrom flies first 480B for JGSDF training programme

30-Aug-2010Source: Enstrom

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation has completed the first day of flying for the first 480B helicopter destined for the Japanese Ground Self Defense Force (JGSDF) Pilot Training Programme. “The first day could not have gone better”, said Jerry Mullins, President and CEO of Enstrom Helicopter Corporation.  “All necessary flight performance requirements were met and Production Flight... Read more

Register Update – Japan – July 2010

Register Update – Japan – July 2010

10-Aug-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed.  Our coverage  represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet.  Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Success on Tokyo-Narita shuttle may lead to third EC135

Success on Tokyo-Narita shuttle may lead to third EC135

22-Jul-2010Source: Bloomberg

Mori Building City Air Services Co., the operator of a helicopter service between downtown Tokyo and Narita airport, may add a third aircraft after tie-ups with airlines boosted traffic.... Read more

Register Update – Japan – June 2010

Register Update – Japan – June 2010

15-Jul-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed.  Our coverage  represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet.  Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Register Update – Japan – May 2010

Register Update – Japan – May 2010

1-Jul-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed.  Our coverage  represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet.  Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Details emerge of new Japanese ‘helicopter destroyer’

Details emerge of new Japanese ‘helicopter destroyer’

22-Jun-2010Source: Forecast International

Rumors that the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force’s third “aircraft carrying destroyer” would mark a major improvement in size and capability over the Hyuga class ships now entering service have been confirmed. The new 22DDH will be 248 meters long and 39 meters in beam, and displace more than 24,000 tons. This makes her almost 50... Read more

Bell delivers 1000th 407

Bell delivers 1000th 407

17-Jun-2010Source: Bell

Bell Helicopter’s 407 reached a historic milestone on 15th June when the company delivered the 1,000th production aircraft to longtime customer Shin-Nihon Helicopter Corporation Ltd. at its manufacturing facility in Fort Worth. “Bell customers count on our helicopters to go to work for them every day and we work hard to meet their high expectations,”... Read more

Japan needs SAR helicopters

Japan needs SAR helicopters

27-May-2010Source: Avionews

Japan needs SAR helicopters for air divisions of its forces of Navy, Army and Air Force. And sources close to the Tokyo’s Government unveiled that a call for bids could be launched in June... Read more

33rd Rescue Squadron crew earns MacKay Trophy

33rd Rescue Squadron crew earns MacKay Trophy

24-May-2010Source: US Navy

KADENA AIR BASE, Japan (AFNS) — Four members of the 33rd Rescue Squadron here were named the 2009 MacKay Trophy winners. Capt. Robert Rosebrough, 1st Lt. Lucas Will, Master Sgt. Dustin Thomas and Staff Sgt. Tim Philpott, the crew of an HH-60G Pavehawk combat search and rescue helicopter “Pedro 16”, have been recognized for their... Read more

Register Update – Japan – April 2010

Register Update – Japan – April 2010

17-May-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Register Update – Japan – March 2010

Register Update – Japan – March 2010

6-May-2010Source: HeliHub.com

This news item is part of the HeliHub.com “Register Updates” series, listing helicopters which have been added to a particular national register, removed from it or the listed owner has changed. Our coverage represents the majority of registration and owner changes within the global civilian helicopter fleet. Most updates are weekly or monthly, although some... Read more

Tokyo Fire Dept adds NEC Aeroeye ARV-3200H to assist with poor visibility flying

Tokyo Fire Dept adds NEC Aeroeye ARV-3200H to assist with poor visibility flying

28-Apr-2010Source: NEC

NEC Corporation, an infrared camera to help operate a helicopter in circumstances such as poor visibility at night and the sun “AEROEYE (Earoai) IRV-3200H” was delivered to the Tokyo Fire Department. AEROEYE the Tokyo Fire Department Air Force helicopter to fly today, “Tsubame” built-in, fire, search, rescue, critical care (Dr. Heli) mission to help the... Read more

AgustaWestland adds another three in Japan

AgustaWestland adds another three in Japan

27-Apr-2010Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, has delivered three new helicopters to customers in Japan in recent weeks highlighting its continued growth in this important market. The three new helicopters include the first AW119 Ke to be delivered in Japan and examples of the AW109 Power and AW139. The first AW119Ke 8-place single engine helicopter was ordered... Read more

Japanese Ground Self Defence Force orders 30 Enstrom 480Bs

Japanese Ground Self Defence Force orders 30 Enstrom 480Bs

12-Mar-2010Source: Enstrom

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... Read more

S92 cabin manufacture moving from Japan to India

S92 cabin manufacture moving from Japan to India

3-Mar-2010Source: Express Buzz

“The Japan plant, which produced more than 100 cabins so far, will stop production from now on,” AJS Walia, the  Managing Director (India & South Asia) for Sikorsky said... Read more

Osprey desployment to Okinawa may throw wrench in MCAS Futenma relocation

Osprey desployment to Okinawa may throw wrench in MCAS Futenma relocation

2-Mar-2010Source: Mainichi Daily News

The environmental assessment of the area around Camp Schwab, Okinawa may need to restart after officials hinted MV-22 Osprey could be deployed to the new base.... Read more

Kaigai Aviotech Orders An AW109 Power

Kaigai Aviotech Orders An AW109 Power

24-Feb-2010Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that Kaigai Aviotech Corporation has placed an order for an AW109 Power light twin helicopter. The helicopter is expected to be delivered by 2012. This latest order further expands the exceptional success achieved by the AW109 Power in the Japanese helicopter market, particularly for VIP/corporate transport and... Read more

Asia orders boost Enstrom business

Asia orders boost Enstrom business

22-Feb-2010Source: AIN

Enstrom is finalising an order for 16 480Bs to the Royal Thai Army, and up to 30 to Japan’s Self Defense Force... Read more

Bell 429 starts out on Asian tour

Bell 429 starts out on Asian tour

8-Feb-2010Source: Bell

Bell Helicopter took the Bell 429 to Singapore for the start of a tour visiting operators in Asia. The light, twin-engine helicopter was shipped from the final assembly facility at Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Limited in Mirabel, Quebec. It arrived in Singapore mid-January. There, Bell Helicopter pilots demonstrated the 429’s best-in-class performance and design features... Read more

Fuji Heavy Industries to sue Japanese military over cancelled helicopters

Fuji Heavy Industries to sue Japanese military over cancelled helicopters

15-Jan-2010Source: Trading Markets

The decision will be made official by the company’s board in mid-January.... Read more

Ibaraki Prefecture Orders Kawasaki KB117C-2 Firefighting Helicopter

Ibaraki Prefecture Orders Kawasaki KB117C-2 Firefighting Helicopter

22-Dec-2009Source: Rotorhub

Kawasaki Heavy Industries has announced that the Ibaraki Prefectural Government has signed a deal for its latest BK117C-2 helicopter.... Read more

Maritime Self-Defense Force plans to build a helicopter destroyer

Maritime Self-Defense Force plans to build a helicopter destroyer

23-Nov-2009Source: Asahi

The Maritime Self-Defense Force plans to build a helicopter destroyer–the largest ship in the fleet–to counter China’s naval buildup and improve responses for contingencies. The planned helicopter destroyer will have a length of 248 meters, a displacement of 19,500 tons and a capability to transport up to 14 helicopters, 4,000 people and 50 trucks.... Read more

Dart Announces JCAB Approval of Apical’s Emergency Float Kits for the AW119MKII in Japan

Dart Announces JCAB Approval of Apical’s Emergency Float Kits for the AW119MKII in Japan

6-Nov-2009Source: RotorNews

DART Helicopter Services is pleased to announce that their subsidiary partner Apical Industries has received JCAB Approval of their Emergency Float Kits for the AW119MKII in Japan. FAA, Transport Canada and EASA approvals have been previously received.... Read more

Alpen Co Ltd Orders An AW109 Power

Alpen Co Ltd Orders An AW109 Power

1-Nov-2009Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland and Kaigai Aviotech Corporation are pleased to announce that Alpen Co. Ltd of Japan has ordered an AW109 Power light twin turbine engine helicopter. This aircraft will be used for VIP/corporate transport purposes and operated from Nagoya.... Read more

Top Honors for Eurocopter in Japan

Top Honors for Eurocopter in Japan

9-Oct-2009Source: Rotorhub

Eurocopter is pleased to receive the 2009 French-Japanese Investment Award, presented by the French Agency for International Investment (AFII) in Tokyo.... Read more

First All Nippon Helicopter’s AW139 Achieves Operational Readiness For ENG Missions

First All Nippon Helicopter’s AW139 Achieves Operational Readiness For ENG Missions

30-Sep-2009Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland and Mitsui Bussan Aerospace, the official distributor for the AW139 medium twin helicopter in Japan, are pleased to announce that the first of two AW139 medium twin helicopters for All Nippon Helicopter has achieved operational readiness to perform electronic news gathering  missions... Read more

Japan National Police Agency Orders a AW139 to replace AS332L1

Japan National Police Agency Orders a AW139 to replace AS332L1

15-Sep-2009Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland and Mitsui Bussan Aerospace are pleased to announce that the Japan National Police Agency (JNPA) has ordered another medium lift AW139 helicopter to replace the Chiba prefecture’s AS332L1 helicopter.... Read more

Okinawa residents’ complaints lead to helicopter noise survey

Okinawa residents’ complaints lead to helicopter noise survey

11-Sep-2009Source: Stars & Stripes

Japanese and U.S. officials — wary of complaints from residents living near USAF air bases — conducted noise surveys Thursday of flight paths proposed for the new air facility on Camp Schwab.... Read more

11-Sep-09 JA96GF Bell B412 Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan (3F)

11-Sep-09 JA96GF Bell B412 Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan (3F)

11-Sep-2009

11-Sep-09 JA96GF Bell B412 Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan... Read more

New downtown helicopter shuttle to start from Tokyo's Narita Airport in September

New downtown helicopter shuttle to start from Tokyo's Narita Airport in September

30-Jul-2009Source: Asahi

Mori Building Co., developer of Tokyo’s plush Roppongi Hills complex, will offer a helicopter service from Sept. 16 to shuttle passengers between downtown and Narita Airport for a minimum one-way fare of 50,000 yen... Read more

20-Jul-09 JA32CT Robinson R44 Tajima, Japan (2F)

20-Jul-09 JA32CT Robinson R44 Tajima, Japan (2F)

20-Jul-2009

20-Jul-09 JA32CT Robinson R44 Tajima, Japan... Read more

Kaigai Aviotech Corporation Orders One AW119Ke

Kaigai Aviotech Corporation Orders One AW119Ke

19-Jun-2009Source: AgustaWestland

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10-Jun-09 JA Bell B412 Ikejiri, Japan

10-Jun-09 JA Bell B412 Ikejiri, Japan

10-Jun-2009

10-Jun-09 JA Bell B412 Ikejiri, Japan... Read more

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