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General aviation has data collection difficulties. Richard Collins suggests aircraft owner organizations might be able to assess this source of safety data. In his case, he mentioned the Cirrus aircraft community.
“You know that you have established the right policy when there are equal measures of commenters/ critics, ½ lamenting how soft it is and the other ½ attacking it for being too tough.”
The truth about what media fails to report about the general aviation safety record. Please pass this on as the progress and achievements made by the aviation industry are not published.
EASA issued a regulatory framework to address cockpit mental health. FAA suggested including some interdiction points beyond the government.
In light of two recent tragic accidents, a bit of an A to Z education about the types of aircraft under the FAA’s jurisdiction may be appropriate.
ASIAS adds ACSF to its consortium of 46 commercial carriers, 2 MROs, 21 GA operators, 14 industry groups, 1 university and 5 governmental organizations.
A brief summary of news circulating about who was on board and their families, NTSB’s investigation and past efforts, FAA’s role, and the future of ballooning.
Thoughts about the transition to a more comprehensive, more focused, more data-driven and considerably more individualized discipline of SMS.
PS-AIR-21.8-1602 says the risks associated with the installation of this class of non-essential safety-enhancing equipment is sufficiently low to support the benefits.
The GAO statements stand for themselves. You decide whether Rep. Fazio’s and USW&WR characterizations are accurate or not of GAO’s judgment of the FAA.
Goglia’s persistent safety efforts appear to have convinced United Airlines to review what child restraints are permissible on board.
Oshkosh is a function of history, leadership and tremendous aerial shows, but behind all of that flash is the substance of aviation safety.
Jennifer Solomon was appointed to lead FAA’s efforts to foster the safety and capacity of the global aerospace system in an environmentally sound manner.
Proposed changes need to maintain an acceptable level of safety. Of the changes proposed in this SNPRM, there are many good, several bad, and two ugly changes.