Security Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
News and information about crew, passenger, aircraft and airport security issues.
With the forcible shutdown of Chicago Meigs Field fresh in their minds, several members of the House aviation subcommittee called to eliminate some of the
Federal legislation introduced last month would require surface-to-air missile (SAM) protection, similar to that now used on military transport aircraft, o
A new list from the Transportation Safety Administration contains 64 items that airline passengers cannot have with them in the terminal as well as on the
Reducing the incidence of damage to aircraft on the ramp is the aim of the ground accident prevention (GAP) initiative now under way by the Flight Safety F
By June 1 Gulfstream is expected to start offering the BAE Systems Matador infrared surface-to-air missile countermeasures system for the GV and GV-SPs, a
Gulfstream now offers the FAA-approved BAE Systems Matador infrared surface-to-air missile countermeasure system for the G500, G550 and GV.
In 1997 the President’s Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection, which was charged with examining threats to our national security, recommended an
For years the aeromedical helicopters based in and around New York City and Washington have trained for massive urban disasters.
Still unable to comprehend the monstrous scale of the September 11 terrorist assault on the U.S., the international air transport industry got a swift tast
Najeeb (Jeeb) Halaby, FAA Administrator, Sept.