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Despite the addition of money for aircraft certification to the FAA budget for Fiscal Year 2006, original equipment manufacturers complained to a congressi
There is little evidence to support the idea that a single cellphone left on in a piece <br />of carry-on luggage could adversely affect instruments in the
Reacting to a pair of landmark NTSB recommendations addressing potential safety vulnerabilities in autopilots, the FAA this month is amending airworthiness
The corporate and business aviation segments are making progress toward improving their safety record, but there is still work to be done, Dr.
As the industry prepares for very light jets (VLJs) to live up to their billing to transform personal transportation, air-taxi and charter operations, memb
Cessna has joined with the FAA and the Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA) for a Caravan “educational and awareness campaign.” The coalition “w
Everywhere we look in aviation today we can see long overdue signs of an economic recovery and return to the good old days.
In the third quarter, the FAA is expected to begin awarding supplemental type certificates for installation of AmSafe inflatable seatbelts in dozens of mod
Goodrich Aerospace has devised a solution to the wiring harness problems that led to a number of nose-gear retraction failures in Bombardier Q400 turboprop
Coded departure routes (CDRs), which have been tested in business aviation during the past three years, are on track for deployment throughout the U.S.