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The European Union's external border will be closed to most non-citizens for at least 30 days, but flight crew will still be allowed entry.
Participants in NATA's Safety 1st training are now eligible for a free CrewID badge that can verify their credentials and certifications.
Many flight deck cyberattack scenarios involve the use of only basic radio equipment.
The virus will likely affect the Chinese economy and others, but how much remains to be seen.
The guidance offers considerations for operators during flight planning as well as resources for them to tap before, during and after a mission.
The COVID-19 epidemic has spurred some increased demand for private charter flights, but it has been hard for the industry to meet this demand.
Coastal surveillance systems provide 'virtual fence' over the water
Goal is dramatic expansion from current manufacturing in ammunition, light weapons and armored vehicles
Along with Boeing and Safran, Airbus has acknowledged that measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in China have disrupted work.
FSF issued the call for adherence to ICAO guidelines In the wake of the downing of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 in Iranian airspace.