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NATA encourages the FAA's effort to encourage more certificate holder involvement with safety assurance systems.
The Rockford center, which recently secured U.S. FAA approval, will eventually house 500 workers.
Aircraft equipment maker Zodiac could take another three years to fully restore profitability.
Shakeup comes amid establishment of third company division led by Stan Deal
Plans to attach newly extended airfoil to center fuselage by end of year
Errors by ATC resulted in the pilots’ inability to take action to avoid the collisions, the NTSB said.
Ruag's new component repair facility in Kuala Lumpur will support a variety of twin turboprop aircraft and helicopters.
The specific objectives of this proposal are to ensure compliance with the ICAO standards and recommended practices.
The second annual Drone World Expo opened in San Jose, Calif., November 15 and ends on November 16.
Intel's UAV group is working on a variety of drone technology projects, from aircraft inspection to massive drone formation aerial light shows.