In The News

April 2022

“When two paratroopers completing a training jump with the the US Army 82nd Airborne “All American” Division were caught up in trees today, Haverfield Aviation was ready to help! Another successful Search and Rescue (SAR) by Haverfield. MD500 flown by Haverfield pilot, Jim Prosser with rescue on the long line performed by Haverfield’s Chris Yourishin.”

March 2022

“Haverfield Aviation helped master the technique of using helicopters to maintain live power lines. Almost 40 years later, bolstered by the addition of a Black Hawk to its fleet of MD 500s, it continues to help set the standard in this demanding sector.” – By Brent Bundy

April 25, 2021

“Haverfield Aviation has joined a growing list of sponsors supporting the Adams County Arts Council’s (ACAC) 6th annual Tee It Up Fore the Arts golf tournament, scheduled for Thursday at The Links of Gettysburg.” – 

October 2, 2020

“Workers from a company in Pennsylvania are soaring through the skies in Allen County in a bit of an unusual way. For the past couple of days, Haverfield Aviation has been upgrading the power lines near Old State Rt. 12.”- By Adrienne Shelton, 

August 18, 2019

“A helicopter from Haverfield Aviation hovers near power lines last week along New Design Road while doing repairs to hardware on transmission lines owned by FirstEnergy Corp. The equipment repairs take about two weeks to complete.” –

May 14, 2019

July 6, 2018

February 2, 2017

 “Building upon decades of experience flying transmission line patrols and performing comprehensive visual and infrared inspections, Haverfield Aviation officials in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, are adding additional capabilities with a four-sensor, gyro-stabilized gimbal camera and geospatial digital video recording and reporting system. They found the optimal payload technologies for the company’s MD 500 helicopter at Remote GeoSystems in Fort Collins, Colorado.” – By Courtney E. Howard,

October 26, 2011

“If you see a helicopter flying low in the Mount Airy-New Market area over the next two weeks, it is not the police looking for someone or a medical emergency airlift” – By