U.S., New Zealand Need Better Helo Regulation Harmony, Robinson Says
LONDON—U.S. light helicopter manufacturer Robinson Helicopters says New Zealand’s civil aviation regulatory environment needs to better harmonize with the U.S. if it is to resolve concerns over the safety of its aircraft. The company, which builds the popular R22 and R44 piston-engine helicopters as...
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