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On March 31 last year the FAA added a section to FAR Part 65 regarding airframe and powerplant mechanics’ certificates, but most A&Ps are not aware of
The Department of Transportation released a safety advisory in the Federal Register last month warning of <link 1 _blank - "http://www.ainonline.com/ain-an
<link fileadmin/template/main/pdfs/compliance_countdown_oct_2009.pdf>'compliance_countdown_october 2009.pdf' PDF</link>.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has joined with other aviation associations to ask the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for a 60-da
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is strongly recommending that the FAA include CRM training for single-pilot operations as part of its no
The fear is palpable at corporate flight departments that have put their aircraft on someone else’s Part 135 OpSpecs.
After 18 months and approximately $6.9 million, Ameco Aviation College (AAC) on Beijing Capital International Airport has opened the doors on its new addit
The National Fire Protection Association’s technical committee on airport facilities has dropped a proposed requirement for automatic sprinkler systems in
<link fileadmin/template/main/pdfs/Compliance%20Countdown_September%202009.pdf>Compiance Countdown: September 2009</link>.
An exemption that allows helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) operators to conduct Part 135 EMS departures under IFR rules in VFR conditions and in