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The FAA has awarded FlightSafety International’s new Farnborough, England training center a Part 142 certificate, allowing crews to complete FAA-approved t
Tomorrow’s public hearing at Washington Dulles Airport on the FAA’s proposal to make the Washington-Baltimore air defense identification zone (ADIZ) perman
Monday is the last day to submit comments on the FAA’s proposal to make permanent the temporary restrictions and the current air defense identification zon
Air Security International reported today that last week two business aircraft went missing shortly after departing from Arturo Michelena International Air
AOPA and seven flight schools have challenged in federal court a New York state law that requires criminal background checks for all flight school students
A Federal Court in Brazil today ordered the release of the passports of the two U.S.
Jet Aviation has dropped plans to build an FBO at Kuwait International Airport.
Less than one day after a joint letter from the NBAA and several other associations was sent to Brazilian prosecutors thanking them for their part in getti
Aerospatiale AS 350BA, Haines, Alaska, April 6, 2006–The Coastal Helicopters AS 350 air taxi landed on a grassy area near a beach and the main rotor blades
Bell 206-L1 LongRanger, Gentry, Ark., Feb.