News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
The accident provides a good reminder: fly the airplane. Troubleshoot on the ground.
The EMAS became operational in October.
Twenty-six pilots participated in the first phase of observational study, which seeks to improve pilot performance in the cockpit.
Direct effects of lightning testing is required for many aircraft components and parts, as well as in applications such as unmanned aerial systems.
World Fuel Services has brokered a deal with IBAC to help its sponsored FBO network members achieve certification under the IS-BAH standard
A CitationJet pilot told controllers that his autopilot had failed, along with other instruments, shortly before the aircraft crashed Monday in Utah.
Pilot recency requirements reduced to reflect “continuing advancements” in flight training, avionics, maintenance and safety management.
Aviation safety focus areas on this year’s list include fatigue, distraction and loss of control in flight (LOC-I).
The FAA's Notam system is still broken, and for safety's sake it needs to be fixed.
Recent accidents have shown that pilots who typically fly with automation can make errors when confronted with an unexpected event.