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Unless a knotty labor problem that has gridlocked FAA reauthorization negotiations is resolved, another shutdown of the FAA is possible, the chairman of th
The rules for aircraft registered in the European Union require that technicians perform database updates on aircraft that weigh more than 6,020 pounds.
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Hawaii’s highly changeable, localized weather could be a factor in the fatal crash of another air-tour helicopter.
One of the largest and longest-lasting wildfires in the Midwest significantly taxed available helicopter assets, destroyed nearly
Safety Standdown Speakers Put Premium on Professionalism
Business aviation in-flight connectivity specialist Aircell of Bloomfield, Colo., has announced that charter operator Travel Management Company (TMC)
The FAA also declined comment on the expected DCIS contract value, but said the program is on track for a contract award next year. According to the DOT IG
Business aviation in-flight connectivity specialist Aircell of Bloomfield, Colo., has announced that charter operator Travel Management Company (TMC) is in