News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
This adjustment enables the ATC computer system to effectively probe flight plans and proactively offer more favorable routes.
NBAA advises operators to alert ATC as soon as possible when volcanic ash is encountered.
The FAA Safety Teamnotes that the first 50 to 100 hours in a new aircraft type are particularly dangerous.
The FAA's HIMS program can assist private and corporate pilots, not just airline pilots.
Key safety programs highlighted in the videos are approach path management guidelines, line operations safety audits, and flight crew operating manuals.
A New York Tracon letter to airmen details the procedure and provides steps operators should take to ensure compliance with the requirements.
The new Series 2 Alphachocks hold up to 350 tonnes per wheel.
The Notam system is broken, and Flight Service Bureau wants to help fix it.
Integrated terrain awareness and warning system means no need for separate TAWS system.
Master Aviator curriculum expands training beyond the fundamentals covered by initial and recurrent courses.