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The first quarter of this year continued the downward trend in fatalities from turbine business aircraft accidents.
Although the FAA allowed only 30 days for comments on the proposed Special FAR mandating Mitsubishi MU-2 pilot training, 72 comments were submitted to the
Safety Management Systems (SMSs), popular in other industries for years, are coming to aviation because regulatory authorities, safety experts and industry
NASA disclosed last month that flight crew, ground crew, air traffic controllers and others involved in aviation operations can now securely submit electro
Pilots of large-cabin jets who work as independent contractors complain that former airline pilots and young pilots willing to work for much less are under
Europe’s skies have become safer since two landmark accidents, according to a new independent survey commissioned by air traffic management agency Eurocont
The probable cause of the Nov.
In an effort to encourage users to take advantage of its online Event Reporting safety-management system, the Helicopter Association International (HAI) re
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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.