Rotary Wing Society of India (RWSI) is a not-for-profit professional Society registered in National Capital Territory of New Delhi(Registration No. S33154 of 1998 on 18 June 1998) for the growth of Civil & Military helicopter industry in India. RWSI is dedicated to the promotion of the helicopter as a safe and effective mode of commerce and development of civil helicopter industry.

The Society has 15 Honorary Members, 187 Corporate (including 90% of helicopter operators), and 1272 Life Members. The strength of Life Members have grown steadily since the establishment of the Society. Most of these members have made major contribution to Indian Civil & Military Aviation.

RWSI has regional Chapters at Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune and Chandigarh to serve the Helicopter community’s needs and promote the Industry.

www.indianrotors.in, is a virtual Crew Room. We would request all Helicopter Professionals to join by registering themselves. All members are free to express their views on subjects related to helicopter industry. Any issue which needs to be taken up with the regulator/concerned authority will be followed up by the regulatory group of RWSI.


The Mission of the Society is to promote advancement of the helicopter and UAV industry in achieving highest levels of safety and efficiency.


  • Encouraging communication and co-operation of members
  • Enhancing professional skills
  • Collecting, compiling and analyzing pertinent data and sharing result- ant
  • Assisting Government and Private Sector to improve the number and qualities of helipads/ heliports including their safety
  • Providing latest information on safety trends, statistics and manage- ment techniques related to the
  • Interaction with Regulatory Authority to help establish an enabling
  • Encouraging collaboration with other similar institutions in India and
  • Contribute to periodicals, print, publish and distribute reports, studies and other publications and
  • Establish information systems and organize conferences, seminars, meetings and training in fulfillment of objectives of
  • Promotion and diffusion of knowledge of aero medical Sciences and related engineering, with special thrust on rotary wing air
  • Promoting the advancement of the industry in achieving highest levels of Safety and