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The NTSB identified several fatal accidents in which the pilot was unable to identify and pull a circuit breaker during an abnormal or emergency situation.
Faced with major reconstruction on its commercial terminal, Princess Juliana International Airport scraps plans for a new GAT.
Thirty executives of GAMA member companies met recently with officials from EASA and the European Commission about the eVTOL industry.
It was good news across the board in terms of aircraft deliveries in the third quarter of the year, but the mix represents fewer expensive aircraft.
UTC chair Greg Hayes does not believe heightened tensions between U.S. and China is affecting approvals.
Mark Burns, president and CEO of Gulfstream Aerospace, said his company won't allow the new Global 7500 bizjet to overtake its top-of-the-market position.
The recently passed FAA bill will will cause more immediate changes, while results of ongoing DOT IG and GAO audits will lead to more later on.
Technology in development could lead to fully automated aircraft over the next decade.
Earnings are up 30 percent at King Aerospace, which has seven Boeing jets currently undergoing a range of work.
The move gives Germany's largest aviation services provider access to Rockwell Collins' full line up of cabin and avionics solutions.