Helicopter rescued stuck front loader in Yellowstone

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After the flood in Yellowstone National Park had to clean up. A front loader got stuck on one of the washed out roads near Gardiner, Montana. It required the help of the Montana National Guard to transport it. The Guard responded with a CH-47 Chinook helicopter. The helicopter and its crew are part of the

Chinese super-middle class helicopter receives type certificate

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Z-15, Chinese version of the European H175 helicopter, CAAC certified, original – no The Avicopter AC352 (also known as Z-15), the Chinese version of the 7-ton Airbus Helicopters H175 helicopter, has been type-certified by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). The CAAC announced this on July 26. “Airbus Helicopters congratulates [Chinese Aircraft Corporation] AVIC

Can “guest-workers” solve the problem?

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Queues, lost luggage, cancellations: staff shortages are currently causing chaos at German airports. The federal government wants to take countermeasures and recruit foreign helpers. It won’t be easy. The much-discussed “suitcase chaos” is almost the least of the problems for many travellers: Germany’s airports are currently coming up with so many surprises that when you

Helicopter deployment at Goldberg

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In the afternoon, a passer-by drew the attention of the Hagen fire brigade to a larger smoke development that could be seen from a wooded area in the area of the city forest. Since it was not possible to pinpoint the exact location of the fire from the ground, the police requested a helicopter to

CMA demands CHC to cancel helicopter service deal

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CHC must wind down its completed acquisition of Babcock, an offshore oil and gas helicopter service company, to address competition concerns. This decision by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) follows an in-depth Phase II investigation of the deal. CHC provides offshore transportation in the oil and gas sector, including transporting workers to and from

KAI to present Surion at World Forestry Congress

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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) announced today that it will participate in the 15th World Forestry Congress to be held at COEX in Seoul from May 2-6. The World Forestry Congress is the most influential international forestry event organised by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO). The event is held every six

AGA Parts Co. offers reliable spare parts for heavy machinery produced by 90 international manufacturers

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AGA Parts (Brooklyn, NY) supplies genuine and aftermarket spare parts for special-purpose machinery produced by leading manufacturers: Caterpillar, Cummins, Komatsu, Hitachi, CNH, Atlas Copco, John Deere, Volvo, Sandvik, and JCB. AGA Parts offers an online catalog featuring extensive part number lists. Its auto-search system based on part numbers enables instant search of specific parts for

Lebanon’s military drops tourists by helicopter to raise money

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Lebanon’s military is trying to earn much-needed money by selling helicopter tours to tourists. According to the World Bank, Lebanon is in the midst of one of the deepest depressions in modern history. Hyperinflation has caused the Lebanese pound to lose more than 90 percent of its value in less than two years, and more

Scientists hang rhinos upside down from a helicopter: Here’s why

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Every year a set of seemingly bizarre and nonsensical scientific experiments win the Schnobel Prize. Awarded by Science Humor magazine. An annual report on eccentric research. This award goes to a project that “first makes people laugh and then makes people think.” A recent study. Suspended rhinoceros. Flipping an ankle upside down in a helicopter
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