News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
Aircraft pilots, ATC personnel and others reported 583 possible hazardsor encounters with UASs in U.S. airspace between August 22 and January 31.
Previous FAA standards for tower lighting allowed white and red steady-burning lights, the latter of which was found to attracts migratory birds.
Proposed changes establish a new ditching certification methodology by which a target probability of capsize following a ditching can be determined.
The FAA and industry partners are working on the Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing System for rotorcraft.
According to the AAIB, the helicopter’s decreasing airspeed went unnoticed by the pilots until the helicopter was in a critically low-energy state.
SkyVector's easy-to-interpret graphical drone notams–Drotams–will help pilots assess the impact of drone operations.
Legislative and technical methods have been proposed to let operators block aircraft identify on flight-tracking services.
Having an aircraft treated with pesticide prior to departure can be an easier way to meet new health requirements imposed countries such as Italy.
BEA concludes pilot feared for his job despite strict confidentiality laws in Germany
Single-Pilot operations, ground-handling join loss of control in flight and runway excursions on NBAA's fourth annual list of Top Safety Focus Areas.