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University’s Daytona Beach campus flight training department become first flight training organization in U.S. to earn distinction.
According to AIN research, N-numbered business jets had not seen a fatal-free first half since 2009.
Canada's safety board is seeking data to determine the extent of injuries to children held in their parents' laps on commerical flights.
In January he flew from ATL to LGA in the jumpseat with an undeclared firearm in his possession.
The FAA remains focused on working with industry to curb leading fatal accident causes, such as loss of control.
Accidents in other transportation sectors provide plenty of lessons for those of us in aviation.
Corporate Aviators developed a Compliance Process Tool to ensure that U.S. companies using full-time or contract flight attendants comply with OSHA rules.
The new program supplants the original 1967 noise abatement procedure.
Virtually every section of the 60-page document contains new or revised material.
The requirement for an oxygen mask above 41,000 feet might create more problems than it solves, say some pilots.