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What should operators do when they face the prospect of ice forming on aircraft and flying controls? The most obvious course of action–applying anti-icing
The horizontal distance currently required between lighter and heavier aircraft to avoid wake turbulence might have to be doubled for smaller aircraft flyi
A jury decided in favor of Cessna in a lawsuit arising from the Oct.
One Thursday in January, Tim Slater, an assistant chief pilot for Oakland, Calif.-based KaiserAir, received a call from his dispatcher telling him he would
Bizliner operators would be required to incorporate technology to meet reduced levels of flammability exposure in fuel tanks, under FAA proposed rulemaking
Three serious near collisions on runways in Boston, New York and Las Vegas this year prompted the NTSB again to press for quicker action by the FAA to redu
On November 28, a Flight Options Beechjet 400A experienced a double engine flameout at FL380 while on a positioning flight.
Noting that about two-thirds of all general aviation accidents that occur in IMC are fatal, the NTSB recently completed a study to better understand the ri
Since 1991 there have been 127 accidents involving helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) operations, according to Helicopter Association Internation
By September next year European aircraft maintenance providers will be obliged to have conducted approved human factors training for their staff.