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The British Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has issued its report on an accident last January.
Much has been written lately about the potential cost of not de-icing a business airplane before attempting to fly it, so we posed the question recently in
At a February meeting of the Teterboro Users Group (TUG), held just a couple of weeks after the Challenger 600 accident at the New Jersey airport, safety i
A Mesa Airlines Bombardier CRJ200 shed a fan blade and lost the front section of its left engine cowling during a scheduled flight from Denver to Phoenix l
From a safety perspective, last year was not a good year for the air medical sector.
The NTSB believes currently required stall-warning systems are not adequate to cover all critically low-airspeed conditions and has recommended that the FA
“This is a recording” will have more meaning to accident investigators if the FAA enacts a proposal to beef up rules regarding cockpit voice recorders (CVR
Why, when the safety record of professionally flown turbine twins is so impressive, did four business aircraft experience fatal accidents during a five-wee
Researchers from the U.S., Canada, Britain and France are participating in a major aircraft icing study taking place this winter primarily in the Montreal
There are typically fewer business jet accidents each year than turboprop mishaps and that distinction didn’t change last year.