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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.
NBAA tried something new at its annual Flight Attendants Conference, held this year in Denver in June.
The Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 overrun accident at Chicago Midway Airport last December 8 has led to two significant developments for operators.
An incident on May 4 this year in which a Hawker 800A lost more than 10,000 feet during a post-maintenance stall test underscores the potential risks of st
“Was That for Us…?” is a new DVD from the FAA providing guidance on reducing runway incursions.
The FAA has contracted for four additional airports to have engineered materials arresting systems (EMAS) installed on runways that don’t have enough space
The FAA is extending the voluntary disclosure reporting program (VDRP) to fractional ownership programs on a test basis for one year, to May 19 next year.
The Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) of Alexandria, Va., has published the inaugural issue of Aviation Safety World, a monthly journal that replaces the seve
International authorities have noted repetitive oceanic errors recently, including “gross” navigation errors (25 nm or more), large altitude deviations (30