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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
A new rule will end the hundreds of mode-S installation exemptions currently in effect.
Concerned about the growing number of Cessna 208 Caravan icing accidents, aviation authorities in the U.S.
The FAA last month issued AD 2006-06-06, the result of further icing accidents and incidents involving the Cessna Caravan, flight manual revisions that con
Applied Biosystems, a Warrington, UK, subsidiary of Applera of Norwalk, Conn., is marketing an avian influenza test kit in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Mid
A new FAA program is intended to improve the use of comprehensible English as the international language of aviation and support new English language profi
The DOT last month issued a rule amending the requirements for the transportation of hazardous materials by aircraft.
The investigation into the apparently accidental death of line employee Joyce Miller, 29, on February 28 at Wilson Air Center’s Charlotte/Douglas Internati
On March 31 exemptions to ACAS II (TCAS II, Change 7) requirements in Europe were set to expire.