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The identified focus areas represent the most critical safety-related risks currently facing business aircraft operators, said NBAA.
The first reported EMAS save was in May 1999 and involved a Saab 340 that overran a runway at JFK Airport.
Carriers, pilots, and controllers want FAA empowered to tighten drone restrictions
Learjet 35A that crashed on circling approach at Teterboro Airport wasn't authorized to be flown by copilot under company rules.
Latest issue has been linked to multiple in-service disruptions
If improper fuel planning allows fuel to be depleted on that side, both engines will most likely flame out, even though usable fuel remains in the tanks.
A former airline pilot and Senior AME tries to make the FAA medical process less daunting.
All eight of the company's mainland U.S. locations have now achived Stage I approval, joining its 13 locations in EMEA and Asia.
The association has launched a safety training program and unveiled a cloud-based fuel QC management system.
Companies seeking STC for Kannad ELT-DT installations.