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The FAA is not planning to ground the Mitsubishi MU-2, despite a plea from Rep.
The cost of having a business aircraft worked on by a certified repair station that also works on airline aircraft may go up as a result of new FAA drug an
At a briefing at February’s Heli-Expo in Dallas, members of the industry’s newly formed International Helicopter Safety Team briefed delegates on their str
Avidyne has launched a range of active surveillance traffic systems for helicopters, with prices beginning at $9,900–less than half the cost of competing s
The use of thrust reversers to shorten landing distance is a great benefit to aviation.
Marinvent, the Canadian research firm, received a U.S.
The FAA last month issued another airworthiness directive related to the Primus Epic avionics system, this time calling for GIV and GV operators to revise
March 26 is the comment deadline for a widespread proposal that would require operators and manufacturers of airliner-size airplanes (including bizliners)
The pilot of a Bombardier Challenger 600 that was substantially damaged during a hard landing on Runway 15 at Aspen, Colo., on February 9, told the NTSB th
Eleven years after the October 1994 crash of American Eagle Flight 4184 in Roselawn, Ind., the FAA proposed a revision to Part 25 certification regulations