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AOPA's Nall report found non-commercial fixed-wing fatal accidents fell below one per 100,000 flights hours.
Purdy has steered the publication, which was founded in 1979, for more than 10 years.
Both of the new courses are taught online, with one geared toward flight attendants and the other aimed at pilots and flight technicians.
Two-day conference will be held August 31 and September 1 in Addison, Texas.
ASIAS is an FAA-funded, joint government-industry collaborative aviation safety information sharing program.
Two-thirds of takeoff excursions are overruns, and turboprops are involved in the largest percentage of takeoff excursions, followed closely by jets.
Exact program helps UAV end-users make informed decisions about the quality and safety commitment of UAV operators.
Aircraft accidents are currently investigated by a unit of the Sri Lankan Civil Aviation Authority, the same agency that regulates aviation in the country.
In several recent cases, useful data has been sitting–or gone missing.
Medical reform, new technology and data initiatives were topics addressed by FAA Administrator Michael Huerta at EAA AirVenture 2016.