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The spectrum allocation approved at the World Radiocommunication Conference will support aircraft-to-satellite position reporting.
The global emergency training provider has brought its latest full motion simulator to NBAA.
Safety foundation studies data collection, urges data sharing
WSI Fusion helps dispatchers and pilots keep global flights safe and smooth
The new upset prevention and recovery training course at FlightSafety prepares pilots for loss-of-control situations.
Not only does space weather cause radio problems, but it can also add to flight crews’ radiation exposure.
Only 16 percent of the domestic civil helicopter fleet had complied with modern requirements for crash-resistant fuel systems at the end of last year.
Examination of the airplane did not reveal any anomalies that would have compromised effectiveness of the flight controls, said the Safety Board.
Emirates will take delivery of three A380s in one month in December, while its flight cadre to quadruple to 16,000 pilots over the next two decades.
The two pilots were killed when their aircraft crashed about 600 feet short of the VOR station, which was about one mile from the runway.