Category: Inside Enstrom

North to Alaska: Bush Flying in Alaska

I’m back in Alaska this week after spending the past several weeks in Michigan and Wisconsin. As always, I had a fabulous time representing Enstrom Helicopter at our booth for EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. It was a great week, and I got the warmup I was looking for. When I finally arrived back in Anchorage, […]

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation delights families at City of Marinette’s “National Night Out”

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation employees and their families joined the Marinette community on August 1 in celebrating National Night Out. National Night Out is an annual campaign aimed at better connecting first responders with the communities they serve. Event organizers believe bolstering relationships is the key to making neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. At […]

Enstrom at Rotors ‘n Ribs 2023

Contrary to what might be common perception, a helicopter salesman does not get to zoom around in a new helicopter daily. So, when Enstrom decided to showcase a couple helicopters at the Rotors ‘n Ribs fly-in, you can bet I jumped at the opportunity to help fly one down. Our mission was to safely traverse […]

Employee Spotlight: Rich Hosking

Every time I see an Enstrom helicopter flying overhead, I can’t help but be filled with pride knowing I played a part in making it fly. My name is Rich Hosking, and I help produce the fan shrouds that funnel air flow toward the piston motor, keeping it cool. Building machines to the safety and […]

North to Alaska: Rain, Sun, and Glaciers

This is the second installment in my “North to Alaska” series, see part one here. I’ve spent the better part of a year flying heli-fishermen up to the remote waters near Talaheim Lodge in Alaska. These past few years, I’ve spent most of my summer in Alaska, only returning to the lower 48 for EAA […]

Enstrom at EAA

Company representatives with Enstrom Helicopter Corporation are proud to have participated in this year’s EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Enstrom has been a consistent presence at EAA for more than 30 years. Despite sometimes sweltering temperatures, early reports indicate record attendance at the weeklong event. In a typical year, AirVenture attracts roughly 600,000 visitors during […]

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation demonstrates commitment to being a good neighbor

Enstrom Helicopter Corporation has called Menominee and the surrounding area home for the past six decades. We’re forever grateful for the community’s unwavering support for Enstrom through times of success and times of struggle. Now that the company is once more under stable ownership with a bright future ahead, Enstrom can fully embrace its call […]

North to Alaska: Bayard’s First Trip to the Alaskan Wilderness

This is the first installment in a series I’m calling “North to Alaska.” If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been missing from the lower 48 for a little while. I have spent the past few months up at Talaheim Lodge in Alaska, flying heli-fisherman up to the remote waters there, where they’ll be surrounded by nothing […]

Enstrom President Todd Tetzlaff invites aerospace professionals to join thriving company workforce

It still feels like a dream to me that I have the privilege of leading such an incredible team of engineers, mechanics, fabricators, and others here at Enstrom. My journey with Enstrom Helicopter Corporation began before I graduated college. I secured my first job as a drafter and later moved into research & development as […]

Employee Spotlight: Apollo Berg

There’s an old quote by Mark Twain that goes, “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” I’ve found that especially true in my more than 20 years working in the same department for Enstrom. My name is Apollo Berg and I work in the […]

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