News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
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.
Despite the installation of runway collision avoidance equipment at many of the nation’s largest airports, recently there has been an increase in the numbe
The Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) is praising the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) for approving an amendment that protects safety informa
Pilots flying almost every type of business jet and airliner and some turboprops face a risk of inadvertent seatbelt release, according to a bulletin the F
Ramp accidents and incidents continue to plague the aviation industry, but the good news is that FBOs, charter operators and flight departments are taking
DuPage has 10.8 million sq ft of pavement, including runways, taxiways, ramp area, roads and parking lots.
It has been 10 years since the ValuJet DC-9 accident in the Everglades that cost the lives of 110 people and a considerable amount of money.
Under the terms of an agreement signed by Gulfstream Aerospace and FlightSafety International (FSI), FSI will provide systems training to Gulfstream techs
FlightSafety will now provide its customers direct access to the full array of Global Jet Services professional development maintenance courses, including