Marine One Helicopter Maintenance To Remain At SikorskyWork scheduled to begin in January
Sikorsky Reaches Settlement Over Fatal '14 Navy Copter CrashConnecticut-based Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. has agreed to settle wrongful death and negligence claims in a lawsuit filed over the 2014 crash of a Navy helicopter that killed three of the five crew members on a training exercise off the coast of Virginia.
Legislature Approves Sikorsky DealThe State House and Senate have approved a $220 million agreement that will keep Sikorsky Aircraft in the state, producing a new line of heavy cargo helicopters for the U.S. military.
Lawmakers Say Keep Marine One Maintenance In ConnecticutConnecticut's congressional delegation is urging the U.S. Navy to suspend any possible plans to shift maintenance of the Marine One presidential helicopter fleet from Sikorsky Aircraft in Stratford to a facility in Florida.
Stratford-based Sikorsky's $9B Sale To Lockheed Set To CloseThe chief financial officer of United Technologies Corp. says the $9 billion sale of Black Hawk helicopter maker Sikorsky to Lockheed Martin Corp. is set to close Friday.
United Technologies Exiting Helicopter BusinessUnited Technologies said Sikorsky didn't fit with plans for long-term growth so it is getting out of the helicopter business.
Stratford-based Sikorsky To Cut 1,400 Jobs, Some In ConnecticutSikorsky Aircraft Corp. says it's cutting 1,400 jobs in the coming year as the helicopter manufacturer faces declining demand for shuttling workers to offshore oil platforms.
UTC: Will Complete Review Of Sikorsky Future In Coming Months
Sikorsky Unveils S-97 Raider HelicopterA roll-out ceremony in West Palm Beach, Fla., Thursday for the newest Sikorsky military helicopter prototype.
Suit Blames Sikorsky For January Black Hawk CrashA lawsuit filed Monday blames civilian makers of an Army Black Hawk helicopter for a fatal crash in Georgia eight months ago, saying manufactures failed to install a tiny part that caused the tail rotor to malfunction and sent the aircraft spinning out of control.
Differences Settled, Contract SignedUnited Technologies says its Sikorsky Aircraft division has signed a deal with Canada for the delivery of 28 maritime helicopters, ending a long and costly dispute.
Job Loss A Presence In Conn./UTC DealWhen Connecticut struck a deal for up to $400 million in tax credits for United Technologies Corp., the sides said the company's helicopter and aerospace divisions would remain here ``for years to come.''