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Seventy-five participants, or 4.1 percent, reported having suicidal thoughts within the past two weeks before taking the survey.
Under the new FAA rule pilots can continue the approach to landing using only the images displayed by the EVS on the HUD.
On Feb. 20, 1962, strapped into a cramped Mercury capsule, 40-year-old Glenn became the first American to orbit Earth.
Atlanta Technicial College had the plug pulled on its aviation maintenance technology program after the FAA uncovered shoddy record keeping.
75-satellite network will be put into a diverse set of orbits to provide aircraft tracking over oceanic areas, polar regions and other remote places.
Targets mid-2017 to conclude agreements with employee groups on “social measures”
Study finds that equipment problems accounted for 65 percent of accidents and incidents.
EMS providers fleet will increase to 21 Leonardo aircraft by year end
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.