A year after installing its first engine filter, successful New York City tour operator Liberty Helicopters has found a better solution to engine protection: the Donaldson Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF), a proven system from Donaldson Aerospace & Defense, a division of Donaldson Company, Inc. (NYSE: DCI). Liberty Helicopters had performed a thorough evaluation of engine… Read more »
Pall Aerospace has partnered with Liberty Helicopters to demonstrate the capability of the PA100 PUREair engine protection system for Airbus Helicopters’ H125/AS350, and EC130 families of helicopters. The fully certified PA100 will be on display in the Pall Aerospace booth #8536 at Heli-Expo 2016 March 1-3. Liberty Helicopters, the largest and most experienced helicopter sightseeing and charter… Read more »
Business is growing for Liberty Helicopters, New York City’s premiere tour and charter company, and so is their all-Airbus Helicopters fleet. “Over the past 28 years, we have become the largest and most experienced sightseeing and executive charter operator in New York City,” said Chris Vellios, COO of Liberty Helicopters. “To keep pace with our… Read more »
Liberty Helicopters, operator of the largest helicopter sightseeing and charter fleet in metropolitan New York, is moving to the new Helo Holdings Inc. (HHI) Heliport at Kearny, New Jersey, beginning today, April 26th. Liberty is bringing eight helicopters to the new facility as well as its corporate administration, accounting and maintenance functions. Chris Vellios, Chief… Read more »
Liberty Helicopters Inc. is offering to fly weary commuters from New Jersey to Manhattan for about $200 a day, saving them 14 hours in traffic a week and signaling that Wall Street may have seen the worst of the recession.
Pamela Altman sued tour company Liberty Helicopters, helicopter owner Meridian Consulting I Corp., manufacturer American Eurocopter and several of their insurers.Â Her suit charges that Liberty and Meridian have a “horrid history of accidents” and that American Eurocopter failed to equip the helicopter with sufficient safety equipment.
he pilot of a small plane involved in an Aug. 8 midair collision over the Hudson River read back the wrong radio frequency to an air traffic controller but was not corrected by the controller, a federal safety official said yesterday.
â€œAt the outset of the investigation, the organizations sign an agreement to abide by NTSB party rules,â€ says the NTSB in a press release issued this evening. â€œAmong the rules parties agree to is that they will not reveal investigative information being learned through that process, nor publicly comment on it.â€