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The study’s goal is to improve efficiency and reduce the amount of time and money spent reworking aircraft discrepancies.
Leading Edge failed to conduct drug-and-alcohol tests for employees in safety-sensitive positions, contends the FAA.
Trip support company expands APAC offer and provides a real-life case study for students studying for Masters at New York business school.
Participation in ASAP allows pilots, mechanics and dispatchers to report safety issues without fear of repercussion.
Brazil’s Senate has appointed a committee of specialists to propose an updated legal code governing the aviation sector in the country.
A $200 discount is available to those who register now for the November event.
47 percent of wildlife strikes were reported in the most recent four-year period.
The Meet the Administrator forum at EAA AirVenture 2015 offered no relief for pilots seeking to fly without a third-class medical certificate.
Study finds Western pilots more satisfied with just culture safety approach, while Eastern pilots more hesitant to share information.
Jeffrey Evagues is ordered to pay more than $235,000 in restitution after admitting to altering employee time and attendance records.