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Mesquite Helicopter Services, Inc.  is a multi-faceted service facility specializing in …

  • Wildlife Capture
  • Livestock Herding
  • Aerial Surveys
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Pipeline and Powerline Patrol
  • Aerial Photography

  • Is It Possible To Ship A Non-Working Helicopter

    It would seem like an uphill task to ship a non-working helicopter, particularly due to its intricacy and size. Nevertheless, with the right knowledge and resources, it is possible to move a helicopter that needs repair or restoration. In this article, we will examine the various barriers and things to keep in mind when attempting

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  • 10 Advantages of Private Helicopter Travel in Texas

    Traveling by private helicopter in Texas isn’t just about indulging in luxury; it’s a practical choice for those who value their time, privacy, and the unique experiences that come with it. Here are the advantages of opting for this mode of travel: In Conclusion Choosing to fly by private helicopter in Texas transcends the conventional

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  • Options for SAR Winch Equipment

    US coast guard helicopter dauphin

    When it comes to safely transferring a victim into a helicopter, it requires a combination of skills, effort, and specialized equipment, including hooks, lines, and hoists. In this article, we will explore the various options that Search and Rescue (SAR) personnel have at their disposal for this crucial task. There’s a famous quote attributed to

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  • The Benefits of Aerial Photography in Real Estate

    The Benefits of Aerial Photography in Real Estate

    Are you a real estate agent or a homeowner trying to sell your property? If so, aerial photography can be a great tool to help you reach potential buyers and build trust with them. Aerial views can enhance any property, showing off various angles and surrounding amenities, and this provides a lot of information to

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  • Exploring the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center

    McCulloch J-2 Gyroplane

    Inside a repurposed hangar, visitors can marvel at an extensive collection of helicopters showcased, ranging from a renowned 1943 rescue helicopter to multiple autogyros. In the early 20th century, Pennsylvania emerged as an unforeseen hub for rotary-wing aircraft research, with inventors and enthusiasts exploring diverse designs. Capturing this rich legacy and delving into the realm

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  • The Origins of Native American Names for Army Helicopters

    Native American Names for Army Helicopters

    You may have observed a recurring pattern in the names of U.S. Army helicopters, such as Apache, Black Hawk, Chinook, and others. It is worth noting that these significant aircraft are named after Native American tribes or prominent figures. But have you ever wondered why? The relationship between the U.S. military and Native Americans spans

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  • Strategies Developed by Industry to Maintain Helicopter Fleet Capability for Decades

    The AH-64 helicopter

    In an effort to extend the lifespan of the U.S. Army’s helicopter fleet, manufacturers are developing strategies to update the aging aircraft, which are approaching 40 years in service. The goal is to ensure that these helicopters remain operational for many more years to come. The US Army intends to introduce two new vertical lift

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  • Helicopter tourism: a US$1.1 billion market by 2030

    Helicopter tourism

    Despite the economic challenges faced by the world in recent years, the popularity of helicopter tourism appears to be on the rise. Industry experts predict optimistic figures for this innovative way of exploring destinations from the air in the coming years. Market Research Future conducted a study that indicates significant growth of tourism worldwide in

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  • A helicopter powered by a Safran engine utilizes 100% sustainable fuel for its flight

    First helicopter flight with 100% SAF with the Bell 505

    The Arrius 2R engine from Safran Helicopter Engines powered a Bell Textron single-engine Bell 505 helicopter on a test flight using 100% sustainable fuel. The American manufacturer announced the achievement on February 21, marking a first for Bell and paving the way for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), which is derived from biomass (biofuel) or a

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  • Speed Champions: The fastest helicopters

    The fastest helicopters

    Air transport occupies a large niche both in the armed forces and in the civilian environment. Particular attention in the development of combat helicopters is drawn to speed. Most of them are recognized as the fastest in the world. The fastest helicopter in the world The honor of becoming the developer of the recognized fastest

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