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From the Eclair propeller to the Falcon 7X's digital flight control system, company engineers have endeavored to put new technologies in service.
Agency widens the use of aviation traning devices for maintaining instrument currency and recent experience requirements.
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The Italian-based group’s transition from Finmeccanica is proceeding, but heritage names may persist in some form or other
Agency says operators have an “ongoing obligation” to ensure that the maintenance or modification mandated by an AD is maintained.
Some 180 VORs and NDBs will be shut down later this month.
A new way to optimize a blended wing body would better accommodate passengers
USI is the official UAS training provider for Global Aerospace under its SM4 Safety Initiative.
Technology provides flight crews with common-sourced aeronautical, weather and flight information while on the ground at an airport.
Agency says the current complement of RCOs covers the vast majority of the U.S. and includes duplicate, overlapping and seldom used frequencies.