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Seamanship and airmanship are similar—both involve the art or mastery of operating a vessel and a highly specialized skillset.
Garmin's new Smart Glide system automatically guides an airplane suffering engine failure to an airport within gliding distance.
Cirrus Aircraft’s Vision Jet Safe Return Emergency Autoland system, which is based on Garmin’s Autoland technology, has received approval from EASA.
Vaccinated U.S. travelers will more freely be able to enter Canada beginning on August 9 and other international travelers on September 7.
An IATA survey shows that passengers remain willing to wear masks to mitigate the risk of Covid transmission.
EBAA and IBAC today announced the pilot launch of their Standards & Training for Aviation Responsibility and Sustainability (S.T.A.R.S.) program.
The action by the FAA to ground Rhoades Aviation relates to an investigation into maintenance deficiencies, not the July 2 ditching accident.
An FAA airworthiness directive was issued to assess the risk of dual-switch failures in 737 airliner cabin pressure systems.
IATA director general Willie Walsh and Flypop founder Nino Judge demanded fundamental changes in Covid travel policies to open international routes.
In a ballot last week, the National Fire Protection Association’s Technical Committee on Airport Facilities voted to approve revisions to NFPA 409.