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The FAA is launching an industry effort to evaluate pilot fitness to fly, plus another program for updating aeromedical technology
After a series of ice ingestion accidents, Canada's Transportation Safety Board looks to initiate an inlet design review to prevent mishaps in winter.
At EAA AirVenture, drone and radio-control pilots will be able to fly during the evening at Pioneer Airport.
On the basis of a midair and dozens of near-collisions, the agency is soliciting advice.
From the F-35 to basic trainers, British company offers world’s fighter pilots a means of escape.
Some mitigations might not be necessary for a facility to conduct independent non-intersecting converging runway operations.
Airport operators should review and evaluate a wildlife hazard management plan once a year.
Manufacturing deficiency in some engine air-inlet anti-ice piccolo tubes could degrade performance of the engine anti-ice protection system.
The program is aimed at reducing loss-of-control accidents.
Program will test Elbit’s ClearVision infrared enhanced vision system and Nicarnica’s Airborne Volcanic Object Imaging Detector.