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The ultrasound ice accretion sensor and particle ice probe address “an industry-wide gap” in cost-effective icing mitigation.
Norwegian investigators rule out “human error on board."
Present bird protection regulations apply only to transport category rotiorcraft and have not been updated since being adopted in 1966.
There has been a documented case of a copilot’s seat sliding aft in a Falcon on rotation due to fatigued springs.
The Médaille de l'Aéronautique recognizes outstanding accomplishments in the field of aeronautics
Loss of control inflight remains among NBAA's top safety issues as it is a leading cause of accidents.
The agency asks employers to listen to front-line workers. It should do the same.
All nine persons aboard died when the jet crashed into an apartment building two miles from Ohio's Akron Fulton International Airport.
Both the pilot and passenger were not injured in the Dec. 15, 2015 accident, but the aircraft was substantially damaged.
FAA says more restricted airspace is necessary to support NASA testing and Navy training requirements, including weapons firing.