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  • Lockheed Martin buys Sikorsky for $ 9 billion

    Not surprisingly, the defense group Lockheed Martin has acquired Sikorsky for $ 9 billion. With this operation, Lockheed Martin should strengthen its position as the leading supplier to the US military.

  • Sikorsky for sale in two months’ time ?

    United Technologies Corporation (UTC) may well divest themselves of Sikorsky, their helicopter manufacturer specialist subsidiary. A decision is expected within two months.

  • What is a gyrocopter ?

    The question of the day : What is a gyrocopter ? Find the answer at the end of the video.

  • Flike : first manned electric tricopter

    A manned electric tricopter named Flike, made its first flight on 7th March in Hungary. A flight of a few seconds, but the first for this type of machine. Watch the video. Read the article.

  • Helicopter crash in Argentina plunges French sport into mourning

    Swimmer Camille Muffat, sailor Florence Arthaud, boxer Alexis Vastine, and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash in Argentina, last Monday. They were participating in a reality show, called "Dropped", produced by the company ALP, for a French television channel, scheduled for broadcast this summer.

  • What’s in store for us in 2015 ?

    At the beginning of the year, you're probably wondering what will happen in the aeronautical world in 2015 ? Well to find out, we consulted our crystal ball - if it told the truth...

  • Airbus Helicopters ensures its future in China

    On the occasion of the state visit to France of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Airbus Helicopters has signed an agreement with Avicopter, the helicopter division of the Chinese Avic Group. The result is a joint industrial co-operation for the production of 1,000 EC-175's.

  • Volocopter VC200: the two-seater electric helicopter

    You may well remember, two years ago we presented an electric multi-copter developed by the German company "e-volo". Well here is their second and latest version, looking not much like the original design, thanks to its 18 rotors powered by six batteries… WATCH THE VIDEO


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