News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
Turbine business airplane accidents worldwide claimed the lives of fewer people in the first quarter—16 compared to 25 in the same period last year.
AOPA expressed concerns that the NTSB is approving "speculative" probable causes with little evidence.
U.S. Part 91 twin turboprops and jets flown in Europe must now operate with a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) developed for that specific aircraft
The agency’s limitations in this role have been “revealed” since launching its conflict zone information repository after the 2014 downing of flight MH17.
GSIP was launched in October 2014 to study how aviation safety data are used and to produce toolkits that can be used by aircraft operators.
Dearth of properly trained flight crew raises safety concerns
Three-axis rotational apparatus can accurately recreate upset conditions.
Topics were identified via a data-driven review by the NBAA Safety Committee as primary risk-mitigation targets for all business aircraft operators.
Safety systems must be more than button-pushing exercises if they are to work as intended.
Loss of tail rotor effectiveness can lead to loss of control, Board warns