An 18-month NASA research effort to visualize passenger airplanes of the future produced ideas that at first glance appear to be old fashioned.
Three aviation safety announcements from the Paris Air Show, the world’s #1 convocation of military and civilian aircraft.
The June 2017 edition of NASA’s ASRS CALLBACK focuses on a series of issues involving the implementation of Metroplex procedures.
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.
One of the most powerful tools in Aviation Safety is NASA’s ASRS Callback. The most recent edition highlighted 6 instances of complacency contributing to risk, but teaching valuable lessons.
CALLBACK is THE monthly safety newsletter widely distributed among the US flyers. Its teaching power derives from its de-identified ASRS report excerpts.
Two significant NextGen events. FSF issued a report on the 20 year safety merits of ADS-B. DoT & NASA announced a new airspace technology laboratory (ATD-2).
The need is there, but deserves considerable discussion. The suggestion that the FAA should receive this assignment should be challenged.