A report by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will state that four times as many pilots killed in airplane crashes tested positive for drugs in the past two decades. The r... Read more
The government has issued new airline pilot training requirements to address safety issues raised by past accidents. A regional airline crash that happened nearly five years ago that killed... Read more
Because of the political pressure to act in the wake of the San Francisco jet crash, federal authorities have announced they will enact new aviation safety rules, including a requirement for... Read more
The federal government hasn’t kept a promise made after a deadly airline crash in 2009 to make sure that major airlines are holding their smaller partners to the same safety standards that t... Read more
It was reported last month that federal regulators have been struggling to overcome substantial industry opposition and implement a sweeping aviation safety law enacted after the last fatal... Read more
Government accident investigators want the Federal Aviation Administration to require fire suppression systems in all cargo planes. The goal is to prevent the kind of ferocious in-flight fir... Read more
We have read and heard in recent weeks of incidents in the cockpit of airplanes that created serious problems. One incident involved an in-flight fatal heart attack by a general aviation pil... Read more
Air shows and air races are sufficiently regulated despite tragedies like the September crash at a Reno race that killed 11 people, the National Transportation Safety Board was told last mon... Read more
The Federal Aviation Administration has passed a rule that will require passenger airline pilots to work fewer hours and get longer breaks between shifts. The revised U.S. aviation regulatio... Read more
A report in USA Today on the results from a new error-reporting program in the United States’ air-traffic system is rather shocking. It was reported by USA Today that thousands of prev... Read more
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