Three interesting and instructive recent articles about aviation history.
NBAA is circulating a survey which will gather information from its members, particularly the small flight departments, in order to conduct a Risk Assessment.
It is unusual for a federal safety authority to rely on a non-governmental organization to be part of the solution.
A great mantra for reducing risk in aviation? “Share our experiences. Share our experiences. Share our experiences.”
Now that’s heavy metal!
This story is an example of the ordinary behavior of the thousands of NBAA members working for companies of all sizes, all across the country.
It is rare when the Congress and the Executive Branches both move in the same direction on a major aviation policy matter. Both are directed to solving one of the critical safety issues, AT control of UAS aircraft, the solution to which may both enhance safety and assure economical operations.
As usual, NTSB Chairman Christopher Hart is right. At an Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Homecoming Fly-in Saturday morning in Frederick, MD, that GA pilot made the following comment to Washington, DC radio station:…