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The Senate at press time was considering a bill that imposes a $250,000 fine and a possible prison term of up to five years for people who point lasers at
The FAA has reiterated its request that pilots submit information on wake turbulence encounters that occur in domestic RVSM airspace, including the U.S., o
The European Parliament has confirmed a 20-percent increase in the annual budget for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
The UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is investigating the Nov.
New Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules addressing fuel spill prevention in the form of proposed amendments to the EPA’s Spill Prevention, Control
Nearly every general media report about aviation mentions the accident rate.
A new international safety team that aims to improve helicopter safety by a factor of five could be ready to start work by this summer.
A UK CAA study says the risk of a helicopter capsizing during a controlled ditching is “considerably higher” than it should be.
Chalk’s Ocean Airways remained grounded at press time as maintenance crews peeled apart the wing skins and inspected the wing structures of its four remain
Former DOT Inspector General Mary Schiavo’s latest crusade against the aerospace establishment has placed Bombardier, General Electric, Honeywell, Northwes