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Looking ahead, Boeing sees opportunities for commercial and military aircraft sales and aftermarket services in the Middle East.
Air BP is now acquiring the hardware and software needed to roll out its Airfield Automation platform at its Middle East and Northern Africa locations.
EASA's proposed new CVR and FDR mandates call for an alternate power source and improved audio recordings.
Organizers of the Dubai safety summit expect to hear advice on the impact of big data and digitalization on safety processes.
More than 500 attended Bombardier's Safety Standdown in Fort Worth, Texas, while at least 1,500 tuned in online.
With the revision for the National Fire Protection Assocation's standard on aircraft hangars coming up NATA is urging policymakers to dump the foam.
The leadership of business aviation maintenance training provider GlobalJet Services say it's time to focus on "soft skills."
Fatigue management risk programs will boost safety without harming a company economically, a leading sleep expert said.
While there are limited applications of automation technology, “we still are the most important component in this whole equation," safety expert says.
Air Arabia could time order for 100 new aircraft soon after Max recertification