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Agencies are hesitant over who leads the Air France A-380 engine explosion probe. The coordination among the Canadian, Danish, French and US investigators will be carefully watched.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation made a proposal to contract with airlines to provide regular service to airports in the state. WYDOT’s idea is to start entering capacity purchase agreements, which would give the entity commissioning the contract more control than by offering revenue guarantees alone.
Aerospace Medical Association published a study finding no elevated risk of deep vein thrombosis during flight.
Reports on the CVR and ADSE-X equipment are valuable reminders that technology and data systems are not replacements for human awareness.
Does the Cabin Air Safety Act merit delaying other FAA safety initiatives? Or is the Congress so sure that the elements of this bill justify its elevation to the top of the FAA list?
During an extended time of successful airline operations, complacency can cloud vigilance. The fewer the problems, the more vigorous we must analyze data.
Air India’s less aggressive approach to the details may reflect a lackadaisical attitude by the IDGCA, and suggests the conditional Category I status should be reopened.