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DJI improves drone safety

Copyright of the image DJI Legend Geo-fence provides a virtual perimeter to real-world geographical areas, preventing drones from flying over there The DJI drone manufacturer is improving the technology that prevents them from flying near airports. The changes come after… Continue Reading →

2009 fatal air crash brought profound changes in safety

Svetlana Shkolnikova and Owen Proctor North Jersey record Posted at 5:45 am EST February 11, 2019 The last deadly flight of an American airliner took off from Newark Liberty International Airport without incident. On February 12, 2009, for about an… Continue Reading →

Air safety is the legacy of Flight 3407

Fifty lives ended on Tuesday, about ten years ago, when the exhausted and under – trained pilots of Continental Connection Flight 3407 made their way in an emergency and crashed into their plane. a Clarence house. But the same day,… Continue Reading →

Line mechanics feel obliged to neglect potential safety issues

Airline mechanics say they feel compelled by management to look away when they see potential safety issues in aircraft, reveals an eight-month survey conducted by CBS News. In some cases, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has agreed to these mechanics…. Continue Reading →

IndiGo & # 39; s PW1100G engines & # 39; well within safety limits & # 39 ;: airline

Adaptations to the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G switched turbofan engines that power IndiGo's Airbus A320neo aircraft, have been confirmed by the Indian low-cost courier. In an earnings interview, chief operating officer Wolfgang Prock-Schauer said that the airline had received a… Continue Reading →

Shutdown Shutters Many US aviation safety activities

With the partial closure of the US government now in the fifth week, important safety activities such as the release of most airworthiness directives (ADs) remain on hold. In fact, the FAA issued only one new AD this year, with… Continue Reading →

TSA Union: Officers leave post following closure, threatening passenger safety

Mike Pramik Special in the USA TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 8:33 AM EST on 8 Jan 2019 Take a lean and bone-free pork piece from the loin, pound it until it's the size of a plate, make… Continue Reading →

India will issue new safety rules for the A320neos: the secretary of aviation

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India will issue new security protocols for airlines operating an Airbus A320neo aircraft equipped with Pratt & Whitney engines, announced the Secretary for Civil Aviation after that temporary grounding measures affected the aircraft… Continue Reading →

India will issue new safety rules for the A320neos: the secretary of aviation

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India will issue new security protocols for airlines operating an Airbus A320neo aircraft equipped with Pratt & Whitney engines, announced the Secretary for Civil Aviation after that temporary grounding measures affected the aircraft… Continue Reading →

India will issue new safety rules for the A320neos: the secretary of aviation

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India will issue new security protocols for airlines operating an Airbus A320neo aircraft equipped with Pratt & Whitney engines, announced the Secretary for Civil Aviation after that temporary grounding measures affected the aircraft… Continue Reading →

India will issue new safety rules for the A320neos – Secretary of Aviation

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India will issue new security protocols for airlines operating Airbus A320neo (AIR.PA) equipped with Pratt & Whitney engines, the secretary told AFP. Civil Aviation, after temporary stranding measures had affected the aircraft last… Continue Reading →

Airline Automation launches intensified debate on safety

the fatal accident of Lion Air opened the debate on the biggest aviation safety dilemma: how to best combine increasingly sophisticated computer controls, designed to avoid tragedies, with traditional flying skills. The ever more powerful cockpit automation and ultrareliable reactors… Continue Reading →

Air safety: 2018, a sad year for aircraft accidents with a sharp rise in fatal incidents

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "In 2018, 534 passengers died in accidents of 39 commercial aircraft The death toll was much worse than the last… Continue Reading →

Air safety: 2018, a sad year for aircraft accidents with a sharp rise in fatal incidents

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "In 2018, 534 passengers died in accidents of 39 commercial aircraft The death toll was much worse than the last… Continue Reading →

Air safety: 2018, a sad year for aircraft accidents with a sharp rise in fatal incidents

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