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Sikorsky

Igor. 1889--1972, US aeronautical engineer, born in Russia. He designed and flew the first four-engined aircraft (1913) and designed the first successful helicopter (1939)
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July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Sikorsky Innovations will award a $25,000 cash prize to the winner of the next Entrepreneurial Challenge, a competition to accelerate innovators and disruptive technology concepts with applications in the vertical flight market.
In the past 30 years, Sikorsky has achieved a series of milestones during its collaboration with the China civil aviation industry.
and senior vice president, Operations, Shane Eddy representing Sikorsky Aircraft, the firms said.
The Sikorsky, however, can hold nearly three times as much water and can pump the water without help from any crews on the ground.
based Sikorsky is expected to occupy the space by the end of the year.
The iFly Sikorsky application that supports the S-76D aircraft will be available through the Apple App store in April to all customers who have a publications subscription through the Sikorsky 360[sup.
Sikorsky is committed to STEM educational programs and awareness, as a way to strengthen the pipeline of students who may become interested in STEM careers in Connecticut, said Dulcy O Rourke, Sikorsky s Engineering Manager of University Relations.
According to Sikorsky, the centres will offer Sikorsky S-76 helicopter operators complete aftermarket support, including Sikorsky trained local maintenance personnel for on-site comprehensive maintenance management, inspections and spare parts procurement.
Lineberry said county officials are evaluating the cost of adding a Sikorsky to their firefighting fleet.
We are adding five new state of the art Sikorsky S-92 large aircraft to our fleet while making the Super Pumas currently under contract available for re-deployment on other opportunities in our worldwide operations.
The endowment is part of an ongoing effort between Sikorsky and the Clark School to enhance UMD's robust rotorcraft program, and provides for continued support for developing not only cutting-edge technology for future helicopters, but also the next generation of innovative rotorcraft engineers.
According to Sikorsky, the academy will provide advanced flight and maintenance training and will initially focus on the needs of international military Black Hawk helicopter operators.