Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
News about significant aircraft accidents and information from accident reports; information on safety procedures and concerns; crew, passenger, aircraft and airport security issues; and news about simulators and training procedures.
Proposal includes making changes to procedures to allow investigative party participants to share information.
Bermuda’s Department of Civil Aviation requires foreign business aviation operators to have a safety management system.
First two Gulfstream G650 simulators are in service at FlightSafety’s learning center in Savannah, Ga.
Company seeks to offer inexpensive training for operators that might not otherwise use sims.
Preliminary, factual and final accident reports.
Training with new emergency breathing systems is to start shortly, and a study of body size and shape is already under way to make egress safer
2014 proves upbeat and forward-looking for flight attendants and flight technicians.
A new anti-icing tool from training provider Leading Edge Deicing Specialists equips operators to apply their own anti-icing fluid.
An eight-year legal case about corporate pilot age restrictions concludes in Texas.
Acquisition of ProFlight is “an important next step as we build our business aviation pilot training capabilities.”