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U.S. Part 91 twin turboprops and jets flown in Europe must now operate with a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) developed for that specific aircraft
The agency’s limitations in this role have been “revealed” since launching its conflict zone information repository after the 2014 downing of flight MH17.
Miami is the latest ATC facility to go on line with digital communications, bringing to 55 the number of airport towers operating with Data Comm.
In one instance, an ADS-B OUT system ground test created a false airborne target that generated a TCAS resolution advisory on an airliner on approach.
French aerospace group Safran reported revenue and profit group for 2016.
New airliner sales fell in 2016 but the overall backlog of almost 6,900 aircraft is strong.
The ceremony at Boeing's facility in North Charleston, S.C., featured a speech by President Donald Trump.
Employees of the 787 Dreamliner final assembly facility voted against joining the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers.
Developed in conjuction with the Aviation Institute of Maintenance, the computer-based course offers self-paced progress.
Honeywell expects to debut its new EFB-based realtime weather reporting service this year.