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The number of fatalities in turbine business airplane accidents increased nearly 80 percent (mostly due to crashes involving turboprops) in the first nine
A single report of a miswired APU fire-extinguishing bottle on a Citation X (C750) has prompted a proposed AD to require placing identification sleeves on
The pilot, the sole person aboard, was killed October 9 in the crash of a Tri-state Emergency Systems Agusta A109 (N7YL) about five miles from the airport
AirCare’s Facts program now offers hypoxia training at customers’ facilities.
A University of North Dakota (UND) Cessna Citation II icing research aircraft made a successful deadstick landing near Beaver, Alaska, about 70 miles north
Ed Duracka, director of aircraft maintenance for Safeway Insurance, made a chilling discovery while complying with Cessna Alert Service Letter (ASL) 750-29
I have been following some of the discussion about the February flight of a British Airways 747-400 from Los Angeles to London after one of the airplane’s
Turbine engines are extremely reliable and many business jet pilots go through their entire careers experiencing engine failures only during simulator trai
<i>Callback</i>, the monthly safety bulletin from the people who run NASA’s aviation safety reporting system, was 25 years old in July.
The FAA is extending its runway incursion information evaluation program for another 24 months, through July 20, 2006, to gather further data about the cau