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The Safety Standdown is an opportunity “to for us to move beyond the reactive, find ways to use the data to identify challenges and mitigate them."
A recent industry survey shows the most dangerous part of an aircraft's day comes after it lands.
Under the agreement, Wyvern will provide updated operational and technical manuals to SPA that comply with newly implemented regulations.
The group wants to provide input to the FAA that might lead to more sensible oxygen mask regulations.
NBAA report, stemming from the 2014 Hanscom crash, found that 17.66 percent of flights on average have taken off without full pre-takeoff checks.
Message acts as a means to check the downlinked route from the aircraft against the route held in the flight data processing system.
Aviation authorities are highlighting the risks of flying with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which is subject to a global replacement program.
Among the discussion topics are unmanned air systems, 3D printed parts, cybersecurity, remote air traffic towers and flight-sharing apps.
As a result, the agency said operators, training providers and safety officials will have more timely access to standardized, accurate training material.
There have been two accidents involving Bell 206s where a malfunction of the main transmission freewheel system led to a failure of the main rotor mast.