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A recent letter from the FAA’s Eastern Region regional counsel has generated concern that the agency has abruptly changed its icing policy.
In the June 2005 issue of<b> AIN</b> I wrote about a fully loaded British Airways 747 that was taking off from Los Angeles bound for London when one of its
Diabetes is a chronic condition in which patients have too much glucose in their blood.
Plenty of people had a lot riding on Andrew Hoy’s enjoying a long and prosperous career as a professional pilot.
<h2>Part 25 aircraft likely to get more stringent icing rules</h2>
Next year, the FAA hopes to release a new rule that closes a gap between flight-in-know
<h2>Aiming to improve turbulence detection</h2>
During the Flight Safety Foundation’s annual international air safety seminar, held this year in Paris, Ae
Appropriately enough, the .aero Worldwide Web domain is sponsoring the Internet café here at EBACE.
The future of air traffic management in Europe continues to be one of the greatest challenges facing the aviation community.