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International flying is up, probably.
<br />You might want to think twice about taking off at 10 a.m.
It has been little more than a century since mankind figured out how birds do it and applied that knowledge to slipping the surly bonds.
All U.S.-registered Cessna 208 Caravans are covered by a new AD, the result of several accidents during operations in icing conditions, including six accid
Preventing helicopter fuel contamination is the topic addressed in a March 24 edition of the FAA’s <i>Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin</i>.
A new pitch actuator will be required in some 330 U.S.-registered Pilatus PC-12s if the FAA adopts a proposed AD.
NTSB recommendations issued last month call on the FAA to step up its oversight of Part 135 operators to ensure that improper record-keeping practices are
With accidents decreasing by 8.7 percent and fatal accidents dropping by 11.6 percent, last year was the safest year for U.S.
In response to an FAA proposal to eliminate 479 “redundant” NDB approaches as a cost-saving measure, AOPA has given the agency a list of 57 NDB approaches
Airport surface detection equipment model X (ASDE-X), designed to help controllers spot potential runway collisions, will be installed at 15 airports begin