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The Asian Business Aviation Association organized its first safety day in Hong Kong last week at TAG Aviation Asia’s Flight Training Resources center.
To help reduce wrong surface incidents, the FAA is sponsoring “special focus” meetings at various airports hosted by the agency’s runway safety action team
What started several years ago as a low-key gathering of charter brokers has now blossomed in to a one-day “must attend” event for the industry.
In all, nearly 1,000 individuals and organizations will be recognized through the association's Flying Safety Awards program.
FlightSafety International provides in-flight emergency training courses for executives, aircraft owners and their families. AIN tagged along.
The annual Citation Jet Pilots Association meeting saw record attendance and sharing of important safety information.
The emergency airworthiness directive mandates inspections of recently delivered Airbus Helicopters AS350Be and EC130 T2 models.
After several hundred general aviation flights carrying supplies, rescue workers and in some cases evacuees, the major efforts to the ravaged islands end.
NTSB has investigated more than 200 Part 135 accidents in Alaska since 2008 that have collectively claimed 80 lives.
According to a preliminary NTSB report, the crew rejected the takeoff past rotation speed after their busines jet would not respond to control inputs.