Two possible flight tracking solutions that were a result of the disappearance of MH-370.
Flight Safety Foundation deserves kudos for developing the Global Safety Information Project (GSIP), a third party, independent analysis of the CAA’s collective actions.
Airline economics and competition are considered to be separate from SAFETY, but it would be naïve to discount that pressure on the bottom line. Thus, it is instructive to review significant issues on the money-making side of airline ventures.
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.
The two different views of the Super Puma helicopter accident are both valid. It will be interesting to see what happens with this split of opinions. After the fact analysis is easier to make, but hindsight is not a luxury which any of these authorities are afforded.
Patrick Ky’s address outlined the importance of BA to Europe and explained the future of regulation of this segment of aviation.
Senior Senator from Maine, Susan Collins, authored an amendment that would prohibit the closing dozens of contract weather observer offices.
EASA is seeking to expand its European safety regulation by directly regulating production, surveillance, cybersecurity and the data systems which feed SMS.