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The NTSB on Friday released to the FAA its formal recommendations (A-06-42 and A-06-43) resulting from its investigation into the fatal crash of a Challeng
A long-awaited interim final rule will be published in the next day or two extending through at least April 2008 the FAA’s mandated flight-reduction progra
In the last 10 years, business aviation safety has improved dramatically.
In the aftermath of four dual flameouts involving P&WC JT15D-powered Beechjets, the NTSB on Friday issued an urgent recommendation to help prevent furt
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For the time being, air-taxi and fractional jet operators will not be required to add a 15-percent safety margin to actual landing distance as described in
The Schleicher sailplane that collided with a NetJets Hawker 800XP near Smith, Nev., on August 28 was equipped with a transponder, but it was not turned on
Cessna said the FAA cleared the Citation Mustang for flight into known icing two months after the new entry-level jet received FAA type certification on Se
The FAA took another step in its efforts to promote a “cultural change” to improve aviation safety–replacing the Aviation Safety Program (ASP) with the new
Aviation Personnel International (API) and Waypoint Partners have collaborated to launch a risk-management service for flight departments called the Accele