The Value of Safety Management Systems for Operators Large and Small By Stan Rose | October 24, 2017 The editorial policy of this site, if it is not too presumptuous to claim that the content…
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The achievements of Glenn Curtiss rank right up there with the Wrights, and this museum boasts a particularly rich and detailed array of exhibits.
The FAA is in a state of transition which requires more and more coordination. Here are two updates on each transition point.
Costs are attracting airlines and MROs towards PMA parts but challenges remain around local regulatory inspectors.
In 1942, Azriel “Al” Blackman started at American Export Airlines as an apprentice in the sheet metal shop. Still coming to work at age 91, Mr. Blackman defines what an airline mechanic should be.
Dubai wants to be the world’s smartest city with the world’s first autonomous aerial urban transport system. Here’s how and why.
The Office of Inspector General issued a report suggesting the FAA may have diminished its attention to Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs). Private industry should take a hard look at the report and not rely on the FAA to find SUPs.
It appears a new approach should be tried in solving the recent passenger gun problem. Safety risk assessment (SRA) uses a risk based methodology to examine the range of risks encountered every day and using the risk and hazard process.