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M1 Support Services awarded $13M contract for helicopter maintenance services

M1 Support Services awarded $13M contract for helicopter maintenance services

8-Apr-2021Source: US DoD

M1 Support Services L.P., Denton, Texas, has been awarded a $13,227,201 firm-fixed-price contract for helicopter maintenance services. The contractor shall be responsible for performing “full-spectrum,” “turn-key” maintenance operations, to include organizational level maintenance; repairs; scheduled and unscheduled maintenance; scheduled inspections and more to support the 58th Special Operations Wing mission. Work will be performed at... Read more

Albuquerque Police get public complaints from increased helicopter use

Albuquerque Police get public complaints from increased helicopter use

25-Nov-2020Source: Albuquerque Journal

Laura Crossey has lived near the University of New Mexico’s North Campus for about 30 years. This past spring she began noticing an uptick in helicopter flights above her neighborhood, she said, but the resulting noise was louder and more sustained than the UNM Hospital helipad activity she knew well from her decades in the... Read more

26-Oct-20 N530H Airbus AS350B3 Arenas Valley, NM

26-Oct-20 N530H Airbus AS350B3 Arenas Valley, NM

26-Oct-2020

The helicopter sustained substantial damage and the sole occupant pilot was seriously injured.... Read more

Air Methods Announces Agreement with Presbyterian Health Plan

Air Methods Announces Agreement with Presbyterian Health Plan

18-May-2020Source: Air Methods

Air Methods, the leading air medical service provider, announced today it has reached an agreement with Presbyterian Health Plan to provide in-network coverage for its consumers in New Mexico. The agreement will protect Presbyterian Health Plan members in more than 500 communities around the state from unplanned financial liability for Air Methods’ services. Air Methods... Read more

29-Sep-18 N849NA Airbus AS350B2 Alto, US-New Mexico

29-Sep-18 N849NA Airbus AS350B2 Alto, US-New Mexico

29-Sep-2018

Heavy landing with some forward momentum, then pitched up on the front of its skids, slid forward, then down a slope, moving round as it did, but still ending on its skids (see video) Aircraft operated by Trans Aero, part of Roberts Aircraft – and operated under “Trans Aero Medevac” titles from a base at... Read more

Albuquerque Police look to replace EC120

Albuquerque Police look to replace EC120

12-Sep-2018Source: HeliHub.com

City councillors of Albuquerque, Ken Sanchez and Trudy Jones, have joined together to ask their fellow councillors for the approval of a new helicopter for the Albuquerque Police Department. The department’s current EC120 is going on 17 years old and has issues operating at high altitudes. They have had to use it 44 times this year... Read more

Aspen Avionics name Sales Manager for Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah

Aspen Avionics name Sales Manager for Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah

14-Jul-2017Source: Aspen Avionics

Aspen Avionics announced that retired Marine Corps aviator and Aspen’s director of flight operations, James Buck is expanding his roles and responsibilities to include the position of regional sales manager for Aspen’s growing sales team. In his sales role, he will be responsible for the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. As the... Read more

03-May-17 N401JS Robinson R44 Cimarron, US-New Mexico

03-May-17 N401JS Robinson R44 Cimarron, US-New Mexico

3-May-2017

FAA report no injuries in force landing, damage to helicopter “unknown”... Read more

HAI helps host annual New Mexico Helicopter Safety Stand Down

HAI helps host annual New Mexico Helicopter Safety Stand Down

9-Jan-2017Source: HAI

Last week in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Stan Rose, HAI director of safety outreach, joined Bob Martin from KRQE-TV and two members of the FAA Safety Team, John Dewitt and Richard Hammer, to host the annual New Mexico Helicopter Safety Stand Down. This was an opportunity for the public and private helicopter operators to get together... Read more

Kirtland AFB to receive new CSAR fleet

Kirtland AFB to receive new CSAR fleet

6-Jun-2016Source: Senator Martin Heinrich

U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, announced today that Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB) will receive a new combat search and rescue helicopter fleet to replace current aging aircraft. In his announcement at the base, Senator Heinrich underscored that KAFB will be the first Air Force installation in... Read more

New Mexico – Lifeguard Air Emergency Services to launch AW119Kx operations

New Mexico – Lifeguard Air Emergency Services to launch AW119Kx operations

9-May-2016Source: HeliHub.com

Tomorrow 10th May 2016 at 3pm local time, the University of New Mexico Hospital’s Lifeguard Air Emergency Services, will launch its new helicopter service with the dedication of its newest emergency medical transport aircraft – an AgustaWestland AW119Kx Koala helicopter. The helicopter, owned by SevenBar Aviation, is equipped with medical-crisis treatment capabilities – blood reserves,... Read more

Los Alamos Medical Center now hosts Bell 407

Los Alamos Medical Center now hosts Bell 407

4-Feb-2016Source: L A Daily Post

Classic Air Medical Pilot Geoff Rogers thanks community members for attending Friday morning’s ceremony dedicating the red helicopter’s new home behind Los Alamos Medical Center. See Full Story... Read more

M-1 Support Services win $12M contract option for helicopter support at Kirtland AFB

M-1 Support Services win $12M contract option for helicopter support at Kirtland AFB

24-Jan-2016Source: US DoD

M-1 Support Services LP; Denton, Texas, has been awarded an estimated $12,028,752 modification (P00008) to exercise an option to previously awarded contract FA3002-15-C-0004. Contractor will provide aircrew and maintenance services for the CV-22 aircraft, UH-1N and HH-60G helicopters, associated engines, and mission support equipment of the 58th Maintenance Group. Work will be performed at Kirtland... Read more

Tri-State Care Flight sold for $222 Million

Tri-State Care Flight sold for $222 Million

5-Nov-2015Source: Air Methods

Air Methods Corporation (NASDAQ: AIRM), the global leader in air medical transportation, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Tri-State Care Flight (“Tri-State”) for $222.5 million. Tri-State generated net revenue of $81.5 million for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2014. The transaction, which was unanimously approved by Air Methods’... Read more

New Mexico court rules police need warrant for aerial searches

New Mexico court rules police need warrant for aerial searches

27-Oct-2015Source: Santa Fe New Mexican

The New Mexico Supreme Court on Monday overturned the conviction of a Taos County man who claimed that state police violated his constitutional rights by conducting an aerial search of his property without a warrant. See Full Story... Read more

AgustaWestland to Highlight New Mexico State Police AW109 at ALEA 2015

AgustaWestland to Highlight New Mexico State Police AW109 at ALEA 2015

15-Jul-2015Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland will feature New Mexico State Police’s AW109 Power, as well as its customer support and training capabilities, at the 2015 Airborne Law Enforcement Association Expo taking place in Houston fromJuly 15 through 17. New Mexico State Police’s AW109 Power is a highly versatile light twin engine helicopter offering outstanding levels of performance with low... Read more

16-year-old Albuquerque pilot makes NM history

16-year-old Albuquerque pilot makes NM history

28-Nov-2014Source: Kob

Student pilot Isaac Wilson has been asked the same question all his life. See Full Story... Read more

New Mexico Safety Day: You’re Invited!

New Mexico Safety Day: You’re Invited!

28-Nov-2014Source: HAI

Bob Martin, longtime secretary of the HAI Electronic News Gathering (ENG) Committee and pilot reporter for KRQE TV News, invites you to a day of helicopter safety on Wednesday, December 3, at the New Mexico Army National Guard at 7001 Huey Road, Santa Fe, N.M. From 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., the Helicopter Association International... Read more

17-Oct-14 N852BP Eurocopter AS350B3 Lordsburg, US-New Mexico

17-Oct-14 N852BP Eurocopter AS350B3 Lordsburg, US-New Mexico

17-Oct-2014

Dynamic rollover on take-off... Read more

26-Sep-14 N7026J Robinson R22 Albuquerque, US-New Mexico

26-Sep-14 N7026J Robinson R22 Albuquerque, US-New Mexico

26-Sep-2014

Force landing after power loss... Read more

17-Jul-14 N507CF AgustaWestland AW109E Newkirk, US-New Mexico (3F)

17-Jul-14 N507CF AgustaWestland AW109E Newkirk, US-New Mexico (3F)

17-Jul-2014

Night EMS flight flying from Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center in Santa Fe to Tucumcari.  All three on board killed.  No patient being carried at the time... Read more

27-Jun-14 N69PJ Eurocopter AS350 Mayhill, US-New Mexico

27-Jun-14 N69PJ Eurocopter AS350 Mayhill, US-New Mexico

27-Jun-2014

Landed heavily causing damage.  2 of 4 POB to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries... Read more

UNM Hospital releases video of PHI Air Medical AS350 accident

UNM Hospital releases video of PHI Air Medical AS350 accident

27-Apr-2014Source: UNM Hospital

The University of New Mexico Hospital Board of Trustees on Friday recognized staffers and emergency response personnel, including two UNMH security officers who rushed to the aid of a medical crew shortly after their helicopter crashed on the hospital’s roof earlier this month.  [See HeliHub.com page for this accident] Surveillance video released by UNMH shows the... Read more

09-Apr-14 N395P Eurocopter AS350B3 Albuquerque, US-New Mexico

09-Apr-14 N395P Eurocopter AS350B3 Albuquerque, US-New Mexico

9-Apr-2014

Crashed on hospital roof just off the helipad.  3 POB with pilot reported injured by local press.  No patient on board.  UNM later issued this video of the accident from CCTV cameras... Read more

Vertical Limit aviation opens second New Mexico base

Vertical Limit aviation opens second New Mexico base

29-Jan-2014Source: El Paso Inc

Vertical Limit Aviation officially launches this week at Doña Ana County International Jetport in Santa Teresa, 25 minutes from Downtown El Paso  See full story... Read more

TriState CareFlight Reaches Fleet Milestone of 60,000 Hours

TriState CareFlight Reaches Fleet Milestone of 60,000 Hours

24-Oct-2013Source: AgustaWestland

AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that TriState CareFlight, an air medical transport service operating in the Southwestern United States, has reached a fleet milestone of 60,000 hours. TriState Care Flight operates a total of 40 aircraft, including 22 AW119’s and 10 AW109 Power’s. The EMS configured interiors allow for the finest patient... Read more

21-Oct-13 MD Helicopters AH-64D Anthony Gap, US-New Mexico

21-Oct-13 MD Helicopters AH-64D Anthony Gap, US-New Mexico

21-Oct-2013

Precautionary landing beside road after warning light illumination.  Helicopter required maintenance support before being flown out... Read more

L-3 Vertex awarded $11M contract option for heli maintenance at Kirtland AFB

L-3 Vertex awarded $11M contract option for heli maintenance at Kirtland AFB

1-Oct-2013Source: US DoD

L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace LLC, Madison Miss., has been awarded an $11,094,779 modification (P00043) to exercise option four of the existing contract (FA3002-10-C-0001) for helicopter maintenance. Work will be performed at Kirtland Air Force Base (AFB), N.M., and is expected to be completed by Sept. 30, 2014. Fiscal 2014 operations and maintenance funds will be... Read more

New Questa helipad evacuates first patient

New Questa helipad evacuates first patient

30-Sep-2013Source: Taos News

The value of  a new helipad in Questa was demonstrated on 17th September when the Questa Fire Department Emergency Medical Services responded to the call for a victim of a chainsaw accident. See full story... Read more

07-Sep-13 N721LL Bell 206L3 Amistad, US-New Mexico

07-Sep-13 N721LL Bell 206L3 Amistad, US-New Mexico

7-Sep-2013

Helicopter in open field on its side, substantial damage.  2 POB not injured.  “The pilot in command made an abrupt turn to avoid a massive bird strike” and was “unable to recover complete control of the helicopter before it struck terrain,” said IDOT spokeswoman Paris Ervin in this report.  Pilot was Steve Young, bureau chief... Read more

31-Aug-13 N3156U Robinson R44 II Truth or Consequences, US-New Mexico (3F)

31-Aug-13 N3156U Robinson R44 II Truth or Consequences, US-New Mexico (3F)

31-Aug-2013

Hit powerlines and crashed, killing all three on board.  The victims were identified as William Brownfield, 61, of Caballo, Duane Zietlow, 78, of Elephant Butte and the pilot, Ebenezer Priebe, 34, of Tucson, Ariz.  [and before anyone asks, “Truth or Consequences” is indeed a town name]... Read more

26-Aug-13 N744KA Robinson R44 Clayton, US-New Mexico

26-Aug-13 N744KA Robinson R44 Clayton, US-New Mexico

26-Aug-2013

Descended into powerlines in high density altitude with 4 POB... Read more

Columbia Helicopters deploys to Western US wildfires

Columbia Helicopters deploys to Western US wildfires

17-Jun-2013Source: Columbia Helicopters

Columbia Helicopters is responding to the sudden surge in fires across the western United States with four heavy-lift helicopters deployed to fires.  This includes two aircraft assigned to the Black Forest Fire near Colorado Springs, CO. The company also has a helicopter working on a fire near Santa Fe, NM, as well as one near... Read more

New Mexico National Guard transfer to UH-72A Lakota

New Mexico National Guard transfer to UH-72A Lakota

7-May-2013Source: Las Cruces Sun-News

Support for U.S. and New Mexico homeland security missions conducted by the New Mexico National Guard, and search and rescue operations throughout southern New Mexico, are about to get a significant boost. (See Full Story)... Read more

14-Mar-13 N392GP Robinson R44 Eagle Nest, US-New Mexico

14-Mar-13 N392GP Robinson R44 Eagle Nest, US-New Mexico

14-Mar-2013

Aircraft landed on its skids but tail boom severed (by main blades?) see photo.... Read more

Mountain Air Helicopters will put new AS350B3e right to work

Mountain Air Helicopters will put new AS350B3e right to work

9-Mar-2013Source: American Eurocopter

Mountain Air Helicopters will take delivery of its new Eurocopter AS350B3e helicopter on Friday following the Heli-Expo 2013 trade show, where the aircraft used by American Eurocopter to demonstrate the capabilities of the latest in the AS350 AStar line of light single-engine helicopters. Mountain Air, based in Los Lunas, N.M., operates five earlier AStar models.... Read more

11-Feb-13 N360AW Bell 206B Albuquerque, US-New Mexico

11-Feb-13 N360AW Bell 206B Albuquerque, US-New Mexico

11-Feb-2013

Substantially damaged in force landing – helicopter ended up on its side.  Aerowest Helicopters operating for New Mexico Dept of of Game and Fish.  All three occupants injured – one Game & Fish officer, one veterinarian and the helicopter pilot reported minor injuries.... Read more

New Mexico Safety Seminar to become annual event

New Mexico Safety Seminar to become annual event

20-Nov-2012Source: HAI

Following on from the success of the recent meeting in Albuquerque, N.M., the New Mexico Helicopter Safety Seminar is set to become an annual event. More than 50 pilots attended the Nov. 14 seminar where they received the very latest information on the safety issues facing the rotorcraft industry, presented by some of the top... Read more

Profile – San Juan County Sheriff’s helicopter unit

Profile – San Juan County Sheriff’s helicopter unit

5-Nov-2012

The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office has had a helicopter since 2001. It’s the only police helicopter in hundreds of miles, the next closest is in Albuquerque.  The unit comprises just Gross, two deputies trained as tactical flight officers and a civilian contract pilot (see full story)... Read more

New Mexico – San Juan County to build two EMS helipads

New Mexico – San Juan County to build two EMS helipads

12-Oct-2012Source: Daily Times

San Juan County is looking to build two new helipads for AirCare, which is San Juan Regional Medical Center’s helicopter service. The county has identified two plots of land where helicopter landing pads can be built near Navajo Dam and Nageezi. (see full story)... Read more

All Metal delivers transportable hoist to New Mexico State Police

All Metal delivers transportable hoist to New Mexico State Police

21-Jun-2012Source: All Metal MS

All Metal MS, a leader in the development and manufacturing of safety first custom maintenance stands, maintenance support equipment and hangar equipment, announces that the New Mexico State Police Department has procured All Metal’s newest product, the lightweight transportable hoist (LTH). The LTH is alightweight maintenance device designed for removing the engine, transmission, rotor head... Read more

10-Jun-12 N744JS Robinson R44 Santa Teresa, US-New Mexico

10-Jun-12 N744JS Robinson R44 Santa Teresa, US-New Mexico

10-Jun-2012

Shortly after departure from Doña Ana County Airport at Santa Teresa, New Mexico.  “Officials say strong winds could be to blame.”  3POB... Read more

AeroCare Expands Brand & Critical Care Services

AeroCare Expands Brand & Critical Care Services

6-Jun-2012Source: Med-Trans

Med-Trans Corp. has announced the transition of their two Carestar air medical programs to their well-known AeroCare brand.  The life saving programs will collectively serve West Texas and New Mexico 24 hours a day, seven days a week beginning June 1st. The region will benefit from the superior clinical care and exceptional reputation established by... Read more

FlightSafety HH-60G Pave Hawk simulator enters service at Kirtland AFB

FlightSafety HH-60G Pave Hawk simulator enters service at Kirtland AFB

21-May-2012Source: FlightSafety

FlightSafety is pleased to announce that its new Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter simulator has entered service at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico as part of the U.S. Air Force’s Aircrew Training and Rehearsal Support (ATARS) program. ATARS prime contractor Lockheed Martin and FlightSafety designed the weapons systems trainer to prepare HH-60G aircrews... Read more

10-May-12 N7523S Robinson R44 San Mateo, US-New Mexico

10-May-12 N7523S Robinson R44 San Mateo, US-New Mexico

10-May-2012

Unknown circumstances led to landing on Mount Taylor where pilot activated the ELT and both occupants walked away to raise the alarm. Pilot Jareb Mirczak of Nevada and passenger Sean Mossing of Carson City.  Level of damage not clear, although State Police report refers to “wreckage”... Read more

2 Kirtland AFB helicopter pilots earn DFC for action in Afghanistan

2 Kirtland AFB helicopter pilots earn DFC for action in Afghanistan

22-Apr-2012Source: US Army

Two Air Force helicopter pilots who braved enemy fire to rescue wounded soldiers from battlefields in Afghanistan were awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with valor on Friday. The medals were awarded to Capt. Marcus Maris, 37, of Raleigh, N.C., and Capt. Christopher Palmer, 31, of Cincinnati, at a Kirtland Air Force Base ceremony. Maris earned... Read more

Aspen Avionics opens doors to aspiring aerospace students

Aspen Avionics opens doors to aspiring aerospace students

24-Nov-2011Source: Aspen Avionics

Members of the Southwest Secondary Learning Center (SSLC) visited Aspen Avionics last week, and received a tour of the facility and an introduction to available career paths in the aerospace industry. “The SSLC currently has 280 students enrolled and 40 of them are participating in the AERO AV8R (Aeronautical Education & Research Opportunities) program,” says... Read more

Med-Trans opens new program in west Texas and New Mexico

Med-Trans opens new program in west Texas and New Mexico

2-Nov-2011Source: Med-Trans

Med-Trans has announced the opening of their newest air medical program, AeroCare – Seminole, TX. This life saving program will serve west Texas and New Mexico 24 hours a day, seven days a week beginning October 31st . The region will benefit from the superior clinical care and great reputation built by AeroCare over the last... Read more

Aspen Avionics leases new hangar

Aspen Avionics leases new hangar

6-Oct-2011Source: Aspen Avionics

Aspen Avionics has leased a 10,000-square foot hangar at Albuquerque’s Double Eagle II Airport as the company expands its test bed capabilities. Double Eagle II Airport (AEG), on Albuquerque’s west side, is an active general aviation airport with 240 based aircraft and approximately 12,000 annual operations. “Aspen continues to invest in future products, and in... Read more

First two HH-60G Pave Hawks achieve 10,000 hours

First two HH-60G Pave Hawks achieve 10,000 hours

15-Sep-2011Source: Sikorsky

Nearly 30 years after entering service with the U.S. Air Force, two HH-60G PAVE HAWK helicopters have both achieved 10,000 flight hours during their simultaneous flights on Aug. 30 over Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M. The Sikorsky Aircraft designed-and-built helicopters are the first-ever U.S. Air Force H-60 aircraft to have reached this high flight time... Read more

15-Sep-11 N828PM Robinson R44 Ocate, US-New Mexico

15-Sep-11 N828PM Robinson R44 Ocate, US-New Mexico

15-Sep-2011

Unknown circumstances... Read more

New US Coast-to-Coast speed record attempt

New US Coast-to-Coast speed record attempt

12-Sep-2011Source: World Record Helicopter Team

From: The World Record Helicopter Team & USA Academy Of Aviation Inc. French Valley Airport ( F70) Murrieta, Ca. Tel 951-551 6592- 951-600 2883. when: In September 2011. From Where: From Brown Airport, San Diego- to Savannah Hilton Head, GA, and back. Departure Time will be 6 o’clock AM. What is the current record and... Read more

New EMS B429 lands in New Mexico

New EMS B429 lands in New Mexico

21-Aug-2011Source: San Juan Regional Medical Center

Four Corners residents might have noticed an unfamiliar sound and object in the air as San Juan Regional Medical Center’s new Bell 429 air ambulance landed at the hospital over the past weekend and its pilots began training flights. The Bell 429 AirCare helicopter replaces the hospital’s previous Bell 222 model, which was leased for... Read more

US Forest Service snub National Guard as fire burns 240 sq.miles

US Forest Service snub National Guard as fire burns 240 sq.miles

22-Jul-2011Source: KOB

During the last four weeks, two National Guard Black Hawks have sat at Santa Fe Airport, with full firefighting equipment while the largest fire in New Mexico burns close by.  The Las Conchas fire has burned over 240 square miles (full story)... Read more

Profile: San Juan County Sheriff’s Office in New Mexico

Profile: San Juan County Sheriff’s Office in New Mexico

20-Jul-2011Source: Beaumont Enterprise

San Juan County Sheriff’s Office flies on an annual budget of just $100,000 – which pays for parts, fuel and licensing pilots; it does not include salaries.  Full article... Read more

United Rotorcraft Solutions completes Bell 407 for Aero Tech

United Rotorcraft Solutions completes Bell 407 for Aero Tech

22-Jun-2011Source: United Rotorcraft Solutions

United Rotorcraft Solutions (URS) delivered a completed Bell 407 to Aero Tech recently. During a 56 day completion, URS customized Aero Tech’s 407 with avionics and communications equipment, specialized airframe options and exterior paint. The avionics and communications equipment installed consisted of the Garmin G500H cockpit display system, GNC-420W Comm, the GDL6A satellite weather and... Read more

NTSB puts New Mexico AW109E blame on pilot error and State Police policies

NTSB puts New Mexico AW109E blame on pilot error and State Police policies

25-May-2011

An investigation of a fatal helicopter crash in the mountains above Santa Fe nearly two years ago has found blame with both the pilot and the state police organization he worked for... Read more

NTSB public meeting today re New Mexico State Police AW109E accident

NTSB public meeting today re New Mexico State Police AW109E accident

24-May-2011Source: NTSB

WASHINGTON – The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)will hold a public Board meeting on Tuesday, May, 24, 2011, at 9:30 a.m. (EDT), in the NTSB Board Room and Conference Center at 429 L’Enfant Plaza, S.W.  (Please note the changes to the Board Room directions). There are two agenda items: 1.    On August 9, 2010, a... Read more

Aspen Avionics honored by New Mexico Business Weekly Technology Award

Aspen Avionics honored by New Mexico Business Weekly Technology Award

29-Apr-2011Source: Aspen Avionics

John Uczekaj, Aspen’s President and CEO, and Peter Lyons, Aspen’s co-founder and Vice President of Product Management, are recognized today by New Mexico Business Weekly’s annual Who’s Who in Technology award. The ceremony will pay tribute to 28 honorees selected by a panel of local technology veterans. “At Aspen we work hard to stay on the... Read more

27-Apr-11 Bell UH-1N Hidden Mountain, US-New Mexico

27-Apr-11 Bell UH-1N Hidden Mountain, US-New Mexico

27-Apr-2011

News footage shows the UH-1N crashed near a ridgeline on Hidden Mountain.  While the tail appeared to be intact, fire destroyed the rest of the craft.  4 POB all rescued OK... Read more

Tristate Careflight shows ability to time travel

Tristate Careflight shows ability to time travel

13-Mar-2011Source: HeliHub.com

Tristate Careflight thinks it’s 2015, so perhaps we can ask them what’s going to be in the news between now and then?  In a gaff on their website, they have not only shown an inablility to produce a proper Copyright sign – using (c) instead of © – but the date shows as 2015.  see... Read more

TriState CareFlight commences ops from Taos, New Mexico

TriState CareFlight commences ops from Taos, New Mexico

5-Mar-2011Source: JEMS

Somewhat later than the planned start in December 2010, TriState Careflight this week started from Taos, New Mexico... Read more

New Mexico Dept Public Safety to receive LZ training from Native Air

New Mexico Dept Public Safety to receive LZ training from Native Air

10-Feb-2011Source: Native Air

More than 9,600 people are transported by air medical rescue providers each year in New Mexico. New Mexico Department of Public Safety Officers from around the state will be trained in helicopter operations and safety in a vital training program hosted by Native Air. The training covers what officers need to look for in preparing... Read more

Pilot in fatal crash initially declined to fly NM rescue mission

Pilot in fatal crash initially declined to fly NM rescue mission

13-Dec-2010Source: Star Tribune

NTSB raised questions about a pilot’s decision to fly the rescue mission and whether the pilot was overworked before starting the mission, and it disclosed he was taking prescription medication for depression.  Helihub.com accident report here... Read more

New Mexico EMS operator orders Bell 429

New Mexico EMS operator orders Bell 429

23-Nov-2010Source: Bell

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (November 23, 2010) – Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, today announced that San Juan Regional Medical Center will add the world’s most advanced light twin helicopter, the Bell 429, to its air ambulance fleet. The purchase of the 429 supports San Juan Regional Medical Center’s AirCare unit based out... Read more

Omniflight launches OmniAdvantage membership program, initially in 8 states

Omniflight launches OmniAdvantage membership program, initially in 8 states

23-Nov-2010Source: Omniflight

ADDISON, Texas, November 22, 2010 — Omniflight Helicopters, Inc., a leading national provider of air medical services, has launched its OmniAdvantage family membership program in eight of the 18 states in which it offers service. Omniflight is introducing OmniAdvantage as a supplemental insurance offering to give the millions of families in its service regions the... Read more

TriState Careflight announces new base in Taos

TriState Careflight announces new base in Taos

18-Oct-2010Source: Taos News

TriState Careflight announced this week it would be opening a new air base in Taos by December.... Read more

Omniflight merges Southwest MedEvac into Native Air

Omniflight merges Southwest MedEvac into Native Air

13-Sep-2010Source: Las Cruces Sun-News

Native Air, with 300 employees based in Arizona, 14 helicopters and three fixed-wing aircraft, absorbed Southwest MedEvac and its 150 employees, 10 helicopters and four fixed-wing aircraft... Read more

PHI Air Medical closes New Mexico EMS base

PHI Air Medical closes New Mexico EMS base

20-Jul-2010

PHI Air Medical cited the poor economy as its reason for last week’s closure.  Former PHI paramedic Fernando Medina said some 13 employees at the base were notified that they were out of jobs.... Read more

10-Jul-10 N9421G Schweizer 269C Santa Rosa, US-New Mexico

10-Jul-10 N9421G Schweizer 269C Santa Rosa, US-New Mexico

10-Jul-2010

Given the helicopter is registered to Santa Rosa CA, the HeliHub.com team believes the FAA prelim report may be incorrect listing the state as NM... Read more

Cimarron Heliport now set for grand opening

Cimarron Heliport now set for grand opening

13-May-2010Source: Sangre de Cristo Chronicle

The ribbon cutting for the $285,000 project is scheduled to take place at 10 a.m today, Thursday 13th May.... Read more

Fourth EMS Heliport opened in New Mexico

Fourth EMS Heliport opened in New Mexico

7-May-2010Source: News West 9

State Department of Transportation project development engineer Richard Allison says the latest heliport in Cimarron and the other three were put into areas that had no airports for emergency medical evacuations.... Read more

New heliport set to open at Cimarron, New Mexico

New heliport set to open at Cimarron, New Mexico

23-Apr-2010Source: Sangre de Cristo Chronicle

“Everything is now on schedule and the heliport should be ready to go in the next few weeks,” Mindy Cahill, Cimarron Village clerk/administrator said.... Read more

Angela Anderson Joins Aspen Avionics as Marketing Manager

Angela Anderson Joins Aspen Avionics as Marketing Manager

15-Jan-2010Source: Aspen Avionics

Aspen Avionics, Inc. today announced that Angela Anderson has joined the company as Marketing Manager. She will be based in Albuquerque, and reports to Brad Hayden, Aspen’s Director of Marketing. “As we move into 2010, we welcome the valuable contributions we know Angela will make to Aspen’s marketing efforts,” said Hayden. Anderson comes to Aspen... Read more

Boeing to Upgrade CV-22 Trainer With Virtual Reality Enhancements

Boeing to Upgrade CV-22 Trainer With Virtual Reality Enhancements

2-Nov-2009Source: Boeing

Boeing and Bell have received a contract from the U.S. Navy to upgrade the CV-22 Cabin Part Task Trainer with modifications including an Aircrew Flight Simulation that deploys a fused reality system that fuses video images with virtual reality. The upgrade will be delivered to Air Force Special Operations Command, 58th Training Squadron at Kirtland... Read more

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