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Runway excursions account for one-third of business aircraft accidents and, barring mechanical issues, are preventable.
The FAA has extended the deadline for comment on its NPRM for mandatory safety management systems to April.
The temperature was below freezing and snow was falling when a Phenom 300 crashed on takeoff from Utah's Provo Municipal Airport on January 2.
NBAA is pushing for an extension on the March 13 deadline for an FAA proposal to require charters, air tour operators and manufacturers to adopt SMS.
While industry is embracing the release of the proposal expanding SMS to Part 135, air tours, and manufacture, it is weighing effects on small operators.
Marking the fourth anniversary of Emiliano Sala's death in an illegally chartered flight crash, the ACA will hold its second-annual Fly Legal Day.
Search and rescue personnel in Nepal’s Kaski district recovered the flight data and cockpit voice recorders of Yeti Airlines Flight YT691 on January 16.
While there were no fatal accidents of U.S.-registered business jets in 2022, those registered outside the U.S. saw an increase in fatal mishaps.
The aircraft maker's DragonFly technology could enable automated diversions in response to medical emergencies and improve safety at busy airports.
An FAA notice of proposed rulemaking would mandate safety management systems at aircraft manufacturers and Part 135 charter operators.