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the board noted a survey finding pilots assumed such operations were safe if minimums were met.
A U.S. congressional committee cited failures of design, management, and oversight of the 737 Max in its conclusions.
The Helicopter Association International (HAI) is looking to reboot its Accreditation Program of Safety (APS) later this year.
EASA's Joint Operations Evaluation Board will meet in the UK to consider data collected from flight testing of the 737 Max completed this week.
The event will be held virtually on October 21.
GPMS has received FAA Supplemental Type Certification approval for its Foresight MX health monitoring system on the Airbus AS350.
Virtual Safety Week will feature NBAA's popular safety programs traditionally held in tandem with the association's annual convention.
After several incidents where business aircraft had their fuel systems contaminated with diesel exhaust fluid, a new field test kit is now available.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to have devastating effects on aviation workers and businesses.
Operating aircraft within or over a war zone has clearly turned out to be a failure in risk management.