Which entities are most culpable in the deaths of these two accidents? Perhaps NTSB is pressured not to declare accidents as having medical causes, when in fact, these accidents were definitively medically caused.
Congress must decide whether FAA or TSA has authority over ion batteries. Ban them from the cargo belly? Or ban laptops from the passenger cabin?
The NTSB released a video and an interactive timeline which chronicles its accomplishments. The past of the NTSB is exemplary, but the forward look is critical to tomorrow’s successes.
If IDOT’s RFI process is successful, Chicago’s long-term aviation status will be preserved. IDOT is doing the right thing and is doing so on a timely basis.
NASA and Black Swift Technologies are designing a rugged sUAS to fly into volcanoes to gather data. With that information, the flight paths can be planned better.
Lantana Airport recently enforced a 44 year old jet ban. If LNA is found to be in violation and the county refuses to rescind it, millions of AIP grants could be at risk.
Steve Charbonneau received Flight Safety Foundation’s Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award for his pioneering efforts in the collection, analysis and sharing of aviation safety data.
Having demonstrated less than excellent service to their passengers, do you think Congress will be confident in turning the management of the ATO to these same executives?
President Trump’s executive order on regulation reduction, the “two-for-one” rule, hit the FAA who issued its own request from the public for candidates for elimination.
John Goglia was recently awarded the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award and named Chairman of the Board of the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA). Congratulations, John!