News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Aviation Manuals is now offering a binder to help operators ensure they are prepared for anything that might be examined in a SAFA ramp check.
T&I chairman DeFazio says the bill creates one standard, regardless of where an aircraft is maintained, but groups say it will harm industry.
EASA is recommending that all Part 27 helicopters receive flight recorders to benefit the industry's overall safety.
Possible restrictions are being considered after Moscow-area residents began complain once a third runway opened at Sheremetyevo airport.
Italian government officials hope to complete a sale of the aircraft manufacturer's assets by next fall.
The TSB issued four recommendations and reiterated 22 others after an air taxi study revealed a lack of a downward trend in the number of fatal accidents.
The FAA is looking to implement satellite-based navigation to move air traffic more efficiently through Southern Nevada.
With TAE Aerospace's recent expansion to the U.S., the Australian company has received GE authorization to work on its turboprop engines in the Americas.
The approval allows the facility at St. Louis Regional Airport to perform maintenance and repairs on Brazil-registered aircraft.
The new facility brings pieces of helicopter maintenance work across StandardAero's footprint to one location.