Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
News about significant aircraft accidents and information from accident reports; information on safety procedures and concerns; crew, passenger, aircraft and airport security issues; and news about simulators and training procedures.
<strong>Bombardier Learjet 45, Mexico City, Mexico, Nov.
<strong>Bombardier DHC-8-311 Dash 8, Philadelphia, Nov.
<b>Construcciones Aeronauticas SA CASA 212-200, Toksook Bay, Alaska, Nov.
By mid-October, NTSB chairman Ellen Engleman Conners had not yet invited Board members Carol Carmody, Richard Healing and Deborah Hersman to a meeting to d
If business aviation has been sideswiped by the economic mal-aise, it would have been difficult to find evidence of any damage at NBAA’s 14th Annual Schedu
The Gulfstream I that crashed on takeoff in Kenya was reportedly over gross weight for the airfield.
The spouse of one of the 21 people killed in the January 8 crash of an Air Midwest Beech 1900D in Charlotte, N.C., has filed the first lawsuit in connectio
The pilot of the Raytheon Beech Premier I that overran the runway at Herrera International Airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on January 7 told
Federal legislation introduced last month would require surface-to-air missile (SAM) protection, similar to that now used on military transport aircraft, o
The FAA is reviewing a proposed Part 150 noise compatibility program for Toledo Express Airport, Ohio.