EASA publishes the 2018-2022 European Plan for Aviation Safety EASA includes “rulemaking cooldown” in Aviation Safety Plan EASA Taps Brakes on Rulemaking in Aviation Safety Plan The EASA release of its 2018-2022 European Plan for…
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.
FAA’s flight service program saved $2.13B over 13 years. Price pressure forced the move to AFSS, so will the availability of new private sector options drive towards further automation?
The NTSB knows aviation safety, but the insurance industry knows risk quantification. Amazingly, the private market is even better than the omniscient ones at OMB.
General aviation has data collection difficulties. Richard Collins suggests aircraft owner organizations might be able to assess this source of safety data. In his case, he mentioned the Cirrus aircraft community.
The truth about what media fails to report about the general aviation safety record. Please pass this on as the progress and achievements made by the aviation industry are not published.
Recent initiatives have made significant attacks on risks. Expectations are that GA safety will attain similar benefits from this technique.
Between 1990 and 2010, General Aviation fatalities have gone from 1.56 per 100,000 hours of flight time to 1.33. While the 20 year perspective shows improvement, the intervening years had that index go as low…