Catch up on the latest news regarding Genesys Aerosystems, as well as our proprietary avionics systems and components.
Heli Air Equips their Advanced Robinson R66 Turbine Helicopters with the HeliSAS Autopilot and Stability Augmentation System from Genesys Aerosystems
Operator Report: With six locations throughout the UK ad over 10,000 hours a year in combined helicopter flight time, Heli Air knows a lot about personal helicopter safety - that's why they put their trust in Genesys HeliSASRead More
HeliHub recently reported "Frasca International has sold seven Advanced Aviation Training Devices (AATDs) for the Bell 206/407 series helicopters to Air Evac Lifeteam, the largest independently owned and operated Helicopter Air Ambulance (HAA) provider in the United States."Read More
Vertical Magazine recently reported that" MD Helicopters has switched its plans for the long-awaited avionics upgrade for the MD 902 Explorer, selecting the Genesys IDU-680 electronic flight instrumentation system (EFIS) instead of the Universal Avionics Integrated Flight deck that had been in the works since HAI Heli-Expo 2013."
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Vertical Magazine recently reported that "representatives of Genesys Aerosystems and its Russian distributor Heliatica have announced successful validation of Genesys’ Aerosystems’ supplemental type certificates (STCs) for the HeliSAS stability augmentation system and autopilot on Robinson Helicopter models R44 and R66; and the Airbus Helicopters H125 family (AS350B, BA, D, B1, B2 and B3) and H130 (EC130 B4 and T2)."Read More
AINonline - HAI Convention New recently announced tha Press Release regarding Genesys Aerosystems and its Russian distributor Heliatica receiving Aviation Register of Russian Federation validation of the FAA supplemental type certificate for the HeliSas stability augmentation system and autopilot on Robinson and Airbus helicopters.Read More
AINonline recently reported "Robinson Helicopter's 2016 annual delivery numbers dropped sharply from 2015, but the company expects this year’s numbers to climb. Last year Robinson delivered 234 aircraft, down from 347 the previous year. The delivery mix included 63 R66 turbine singles, 114 R44 Raven IIs, 26 R44 Raven Is, 12 Cadets and 19 R22s. That compares with 2015 deliveries that included 117 R66s, 152 R44 Raven IIs, 44 R44 Raven Is and 34 R22s."Read More