News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
The annual competition is designed to tackle the general aviation fatal action rate, with a focus this year on loss-of-control.
Safety 1st includes line services curricula developed through collaboration with NATA members and industry experts.
Notice is based on findings from an FAA/industry working group, recent and upgraded bird-strike statistics, and NTSB recommendations made in 2009.
AoA information now available for FAR Part 23 aircraft.
The new guidelines are the result of a national review of the procedures.
The changes reflects the ongoing international efforts to harmonize AOM around the world.
More than 2,700 laser-strike incidents have been reported so far this year.
Safety group plans to keep the focus on further reducing accident numbers.
Global Safety Information Project (GSIP) workshops being held in Asia-Pacic and Pan-America.
The agricultural flying sector recorded only 13 accidents from May 2014 to April 2015.