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Senior Senator from Maine, Susan Collins, authored an amendment that would prohibit the closing dozens of contract weather observer offices.
Recent initiatives have made significant attacks on risks. Expectations are that GA safety will attain similar benefits from this technique.
FAA’s goal was to define safe parameters to allow certain UAS to be operated over people who are not directly involved in the operation of the aircraft.
The NTSB safety alert issued Thursday highlights aviation safety issues pilots may face arriving at major fly-in events.
The GA Joint Steering Committee’s progress is important and the prognosis for its future is impressive.
IATA lodged a complaint and DG-COMP is investigating alleged abuses of dominant OEM positions.
FAA issued a fatigue management advisory circular that all may comment on. It will, however, be interesting to see how advisory it really is.
Today in 1958, the first coupled CVR/FDR prototype was produced enhancing the capability for the aviation industry to improve its safety; that’s more than lucky.
Here are the honorees’ names and a few interesting facts about each. Congratulations!
While the proposal reflects support for a new form of aviation, the language will open the traveling public to a lesser standard of safety.
Two unrelated actions, one by the Executive Branch and one by the Boeing Commercial Aircraft Company, have attacked what might be called Cabin Fever.
A consequence of safety system advancements has been greater reliance on those systems and a subconscious diminution of individual involvement.
The NTSB could bring a different, even more objective, perspective to the SMS methodology.
Like the FAA and the UAS industry, the flying car industry will have to deal with the gap between aviation safety rule development and technology acceleration.