News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
Given the recent changes in aviation fuels available at airports, NATA has updated its free, online misfueling-prevention program.
In its analysis of 5G cellphone network interference, the FAA found about 100 incidents where aircraft avionics were affected.
FAA issues new advisory circular on heliport planning, design, and construction
The U.S. Coast Guard has called off the search for survivors from a Bell 407 operated by Rotorcraft Leasing, which has now had three crashes in 2022.
Loose tail rotor tips prompted a Robinson service bulletin affecting all of its helicopter models.
Polaris Aero has expanded its Vocus app suite of aviation safety software with a sharable FlightRisk component.
The FAA has approved the one-shot Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine for pilots, air traffic controllers, and others subject to FAA medical clearance.
Canada TSB drills down into group dynamics to find root cause of fuel starvation that led to a crash of a de Havilland Twin Otter.
Metro Aviation was an early participant in the FAA's safety management system pilot project.
An amendment to the U.S. Congress's Appropriations Bill does away with a requirement for a crew alerting system upgrade for the Max 7 and Max 10 airliners.