News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
Country's AIB has adopted international accepted practices–including "no blame culture"–and has received praise for doing so.
The UK's Air Accidents Investigation Branch focuses on overtorqued nut while EASA issues another emergency AD.
CEOs cite no jet hull loses on the continent in two consecutive years as evidence of improvement.
A new document from the Flight Safety Foundation outlines best practices for controlled rest on the fligth deck.
Using data proactively can enhance safety, even for smaller operators.
The proposed airworthiness directive would mandate new repetitive inspections for main rotor blade cracks.
This series will examine how bizav can benefit from the path airlines have laid out.
After the FAA released a special airworthiness bulletin last year, more instances have occurred involving jet fuel contaminated with diesel exhaust fluid.
Indonesia's review follows last month’s Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8 crash
The USHST reports that the overall accident rate is declining.