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Canada’s Transportation Safety Board did not add any new aviation items to its 2020 Watchlist, but runway overruns and incursions, among others, remain.
Traveling internationally is impossible, or is it? AIN editor-in-chief Matt Thurber gives it a try.
FAA hopes to have a proposed rule mandating broader safety management systems (SMS) ready by 2022.
Tennessee’s Vanderbilt LifeFlight has been named the air medical program of the year by the Association of Air Medical Services.
Unstable approaches are a popular topic with aviation safety professionals, but rarely do they ever talk about flying the aircraft.
Flight Safety Foundation has launched the autonomous and remotely piloted aviation systems advisory committee to address the safety of these operations.
The UK government is considering introducing a test days after arriving in the country with a shorter self-isolation period of seven days.
ICAO has delayed the applicability date of a new global reporting format for assessing runway conditions and runway condition reports to pilots.
Astronics’s Max-Viz 1200 and 1400 enhanced vision systems have received FAA and Transport Canada approval for installation in the Airbus AS350.
NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt highlighted the need of fitnesses of duty both in the air and on the ground during NBAA's Virtual Safety week.