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.
This will be the first S-92 simulator installed in the Middle East when it enters service by year-end.
IBAC partnered with NATA in establishing the new voluntary standard, and it will incorporate NATA’s Safety 1st ground services audit program.
Approval allows aircraft to fly flight paths that provide three-hour access over water using one engine to a suitable alternate airport.
Downloadable data stream replaces physical update disks shipped to the company’s E-Chart subscribers.
A new effort by FlightSafety and Gulfstream will help pilots deal with real-world safety scenarios.
Patented optical Icing Conditions Detector provides an alert that icing conditions exist before ice can accrete on the aircraft.
Risk-based screening system enables TSA officers to verify the identity and employment status of flight crewmembers.
CAE will provide CRJ training at eight global locations.
Curriculum delves into the inner workings of aircraft communications equipment, including how the satellite functions.
NetJets revenues reflected increased sales of fractional aircraft, while FlightSafety’s increase was thanks to increased simulator training activity.