Security Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
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John and Martha King got the surprise of their lives on the evening of August 28, when they landed in a Cessna 172 (N50545) at Santa Barbara Municipal Airp
While business aviation anxiously awaits a new proposal for the <link news/single-news-page/article/tsa-expect-modified-lasp-sometime-this-year-25137/>Larg
Citing an increase in aircraft accidents involving loss of control (LOC), the FAA issued Information for Operators 10010, which calls for operators to inco
Final agreement over the way the European Union’s new “common basic standards for aviation security” are implemented in the UK will not be achieved by the
A general aviation working group met with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials early last month to begin discussing procedures and proces
It remains to be seen exactly what impact Thursday’s intentional crash of a single-engine Piper Dakota into an Austin, Texas IRS building will have on any
A mobile handheld identification reader and requisite software introduced by 3M will give charter companies, general aviation and FBOs a method of validati
The TSA on November 17 released a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) to strengthen aircraft repair station security.
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