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Aireon to expand its space-based ADS-B surveillance in collaboration with the Agency for Aerial Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar.
The FAA is now allowing pilots with insulin-dependent diabetes to fly in commercial ops, but it requires a special-issuance medical and ongoing testing.
The affected aircraft include Gulfstream III, IV/IV-SP/G450, V/G550, and G650/650ER twinjets.
Most regions experienced a decline in the number of accidents and the global fatal accident rate so far this year stands at six.
U.S. authorities concluded that 99 of 100 flight crews could successfully react to MCAS alerts within 10 seconds.
FAA administrator Stephen Dickson pledges to fly the airplane himself before clearing it for service entry.
There were no reported injuries to the four occupants as the Global 6000 departed the runway on landing.
NTSB faults passenger harnesses, emergency floats in fatal NYC helo crash.
While clearing Gabon’s airlines to resume flying into the EU, the bloc has put Armenia’s civil aviation committee under heightened scrutiny.
The FAA is discontinuing the Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS) program effective January 8.