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Preliminary investigation of the incident helicopter found binding in the assembly's double-row angular contact bearing.
Ethiopian authorities detained 20 foreign pilots for two days after accusing them of breaching landing permit rules.
AIA praised the finding, saying the U.S. Labor Department overstepped statutory authority.
Shuster has held discussions with the president-elect on ATC reform and is reaching out to the transition team.
Approval from Treasury Department comes as opponents to Iran nuclear deal urge restraint from Obama Administration
NATA encourages the FAA's effort to encourage more certificate holder involvement with safety assurance systems.
German investogators said the pilot-in-command decided to “conduct the VFR approach even though he was aware of prevailing [IMC in fog] at the airport."
If any are cracked or are corroded, the remaining legs might not be able to support the engine under all load conditions, Transport Canada cautioned.
The increase translates into a 441-pound payload increase and an additional 100 nm of range, up from an original ferry range of 431 nm.
The African Business Aviation Association continues to grow its influence but faces many challenges if the industry is to meet its potential.