AOPA’s SVP Jim Coon criticizes NTSB’s approach to GA accident investigation. The answer to AOPA’s complaint may be to involve the SMS quantitative approach.
Schumer’s press release on small plane crashes makes assumptions not supported by record. Rather than send the NTSB on an unnecessary investigation, perhaps the Senator’s office should learn what the FAA is doing to lower GA risk.
After a crash one of its helicopters which suffered a catastrophic failure of its main rotor during flight, Airbus issued an advisory that owners of the Super Puma should not fly them for the…
While the NTSB’s work should be given greater public recognition, this show may not have been the best vehicle for telling its awesome investigatory story.
The challenge of this data rich period is the ability to distinguish between accurate and not so reliable facts, opinions and analyses.
The leasing companies have the greatest financial stake in the plane’s airworthiness. Why?
What did Russia know about the Sinai and what did it do with that information?
The below article indicates that NTSB is considering reexamining its decision as to the Buddy Holly accident; while it is a high profile and fascinating matter for rock and roll fans, it seems to be…