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Last week, Department of Transportation Inspector General (IG) Calvin Scovel III, along with an MIT representative and an FAA vice president, gave separate
Manufacturers of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) may no longer have an excuse not to equip their aircraft with transponders, which should make at least one
The FAA issued operational certification for the Dassault Falcon 7X enhanced vision system (EVS), which will allow pilots who have completed the required t
Judging by figures released at a Paris press briefing on January 20, the waning resurgence of the commercial turboprop market has, if anything, resumed at
Japan’s Skymark Airlines converted a memorandum of understanding for four Airbus A380s to a firm order yesterday, officially marking the first sale of the
The FAA is forecasting a recovery for general aviation, with business jets and light sport aircraft leading the way.
Qantas today placed an $80 million price tag on the effect to its business of the November 4 uncontained <link news/single-news-page/article/engine-failure
Two separate crashes involving Let L-410 regional turboprops claimed a total of 16 victims on Monday.
<br /> The first involved a scheduled flight
United Airlines says it expects “minimal disruption” today resulting from its grounding of its 96 Boeing 757s after a check of maintenance records showed t