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Fatigue can defeat the best pilots, procedures, and training—and if not properly managed can become a killer.
Despite attention given to critical safety issues involving air taxi flights, the sector continues to have the highest number of commercial accidents.
FAA will no longer take administrative actions for reports accepted into the ACSF ASAP program and will sign partnership agreements rather than MoUs.
The NTSB said the May 2017 Learjet 35A crash highlighted a series of safety issues in Part 135, including the lack of FDM and pilot oversight.
Despite flight sharing proving controversial, Wingly believes it can persuade industry that its users are complying with regulations.
The European safety agency joins China and several other jurisdictions as groundings of the Max mount.
The ADS-B payloads in Iridium Next satellites will generate data that can help facilitate safety improvements.
Attendees of the 2019 Air Charter Safety Symposium were given an overview of dramatic changes ahead for Part 135 training and heard of NTSB's Most Wanted.
NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt said the May 2017 crash of a Learjet makes the case that Part 135 operators need the same safety tools as the airlines have.
Reducing the risk of loss of-control-inflight is at the top of the list