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The company, which operates the third-largest managed aircraft fleet in the U.S., grounded it so the entire company could participate in the event.
There are few hard and fast rules, so the pilot must exercise good judgment.
The company eyes additional Atlas winglet applications as work continues to resolve FAA, EASA airworthiness directives.
A new white paper from the National Air Transportation Association highlights the lack of regulations relevant to Urban Air Mobility ground operations.
After a series of three recent jet fuel contamination incidents, a consortium led by the aviation alphabet groups has issued recommendations to avoid more.
Challenger 300 crew estimated the glider flew past their right side at a distance of less than 100 feet, and they saw the glider pilot in the cockpit.
The program has evolved over the last several years and the association is planning to extend it to new markets.
The NTSB is hosting a roundtable at the University of Alaska in Anchorage to discuss ways to improve the safety of Part 135 aircraft flight operations.
The Astronautics RoadRunner electronic flight instrument can enable LPV approaches in legacy aircraft.
Business airplanes suffered eight accidents resulting in one fatality last year, versus just one accident and no fatalities in 2017.