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The aerospace highlight of 2017, the 52nd Paris Airshow in mid-June looks set to be bigger and better than ever.
The new custom alerting feature in ATP's ChronicX emails notifications automatically about recurring defects.
Sikorsky's civil helicopter sales have been hit particularly hard by the global energy slump.
Matt Thurber takes reins effective June 1, 2017.
In the five decades since being established, it has made more than 14,500 recommendations to improve transportation safety.
After no action on a request filed in February, the association is urging that the FAA hammer out its differences with EASA on commercial parts.
Runway 4R/22L at Boston Logan Airport is scheduled to be closed from May 15 through late June to enable the repaving and marking of the runway.
Draft Advisory Circular would apply to pilots, certificate holders, operators and program managers conducting datalink communication operations.
Audit objectives will be to assess FAA’s processes for granting waivers, and its risk-based oversight of UAS operators with waivers.
Eagle Cap Software's Aviation Charting Service will greatly simplify creating map-based aviation software applications.