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New Indonesian Aging Aircraft Rule Seen as Cosmetic Exercise
New rule will require reporting ACAS Resolution Advisories when they are "necessary to avert a substantial risk of collision between two or more aircraft.”
Notices follow two 'isolated' incidents involving cabin depressurization
Project is investigating why fractional jet pilots have achieved a great safety record despite the operational challenges they face.
The World Health Organization designated the Zika virus as a public health emergency of international concern.
More than 6,000 business aircraft based in Europe will need to meet higher safety standards effective August 25, 2016.
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.