Senator Warner and Representative Norton each have responses to the need to address sexual assaults on aircraft. Both indicate that legislation is needed in light of recent onboard attacks which suggest more attention from the U.S. Department of Justice and the FAA must be initiated.
FlightSafety bought a Link Flight Simulator and established a reputation as the premier business aviation training institution. Its impact on global safety is immense.
The NBAA, IBAC and FSF published a fatigue management reference guide for business pilots.
A recent charter empowered a group called the Air Carrier Training Aviation Rulemaking Committee challenged to ensure a safe system is maintaining the quality of air carrier training.
LEAP, a preventative program developed by United and ALPA, requires all of its pilots return for added training.
The beauty of online training is that it delivers high quality learning of the FAA standards at a low cost.
IG report concludes the FAA enhances its pilot monitoring and manual flying skills. A better conclusion would have been that SMS should be used.
FAA granted Terrafugia approval of its test program to assess whether its airborne auto prototype, the TF-X, may be issued a Type Certificate. Many questions!