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Report: Ethiopia Airlines Crew Followed Boeing Rules, But Could Not Control Jet
By Elias Meseret, AP
The preliminary report recommends that the flight control system should be reviewed by Boeing.
Report: Safety Analysis Of 737 MAX Software Program Had 'Crucial Flaws'
Boeing says its safety review met "all certification and regulatory requirements" set by the FAA.
Break Out The Barf Bags: ‘Roller Coaster’ Landing Attempt Caught On Camera
Some passengers said they were praying while others laughed off the aborted landing attempt.
Nancy Pelosi Didn't End The Shutdown Alone. Federal Workers Did The Heavy Lifting.
Alexander C. Kaufman
Air safety concerns finally made the longest U.S. government shutdown in history untenable. Credit workers for that.
Air Safety ‘Deteriorating By The Day’ Amid Shutdown, Union Leaders Warn
The president of the National Air Traffic Controller's Association has warned that he holds deep concerns for the safety and security of airlines and travelers.
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Lion Air Plane Crashes Into The Sea Minutes After Taking Off In Jakarta
By Achmad Ibrahim and Stephen Wright, AP
All 189 people on board were likely killed, officials said.
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Syrian Missile Downs Russian Military Jet Over The Mediterranean, Killing All 15 On Board
Russia blamed Israel for the crash, saying the plane was caught in the crossfire as four Israeli fighters attacked targets in northwestern Syria.
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Terrifying Parking Lot Helicopter Crash Caught On Camera In Little Rock
The pilot suffered serious injuries.
Woman Who Landed Damaged Southwest Jet Was One Of Navy’s First Female Fighter Pilots
By Andrew Hay, Reuters
Passengers praised the skill of Tammie Jo Shults in landing the plane after it lost an engine.
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First-Class Passenger Tries To Open Emergency Door Mid-Flight, Shouts 'I Am God!'
“She wasn’t acting right, or normal, from the very beginning."
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5 Die In Crash Of Skydiving Plane In Hawaii
Two others were rescued following an unrelated crash.
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Evidence Points to Insider Threat in Downing of Russian Jet
Lawrence A. Levine
Veteran intelligence officer
Available evidence at this time points to an "insider threat." Someone with privileged access to airport food service and flight line facilities, rather than a passenger who was required to go through airport screening.
Eight Months On, MH370 Mystery Continues to Deepen
There's an old saw that's oft quoted in discussions of MH370: "The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence." But from a Bayesian perspective, the absence of data is itself data.
Aviation Safety: 2012 Was The Safest Year For Airlines Globally Since 1945
Flying on a commercial jetliner has never been safer. It will be four years on Tuesday since the last fatal crash in the
Boeing 787: Dreamliner Groundings Continue As Battery Problem Persists
United is the only U.S. carrier to operate the 787, having launched service just this month between Los Angeles and Tokyo
Allegiant Air Plane Slides Off Runway In Youngstown, Ohio
A plane operated by low-cost carrier Allegiant Air slid off the runway in Youngstown, Ohio Monday evening after departing
10 Things The TSA Should Do On Its 10th Anniversary
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
I think the TSA is slowly getting the message from an increasingly angry traveling public. But the agency has a long flight ahead: It will have to overcome a well-earned reputation for being intransigent, invading the privacy and dignity of air travelers and general incompetence.
John Mica Has No Legal Power Over TSA, But Pushes The Jurisdictional Boundaries
"TSA respectfully declines to testify before the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on a matter that is outside
Keeping Young Children Safe When Flying
Columnist, Taking the Kids
Here's the crux of the issue that has stymied safety experts and pediatricians for years -- and has perhaps lulled parents into a false sense of security.
John Mica Attacks TSA 'Chat-Downs' As 'Idiotic,' Says Screening Failures Are 'Off The Charts'
Mica laced into the pilot program, slated to be tested next in Detroit before rolling out to airports nationwide, as a pale
British Pilots: New Rules Could Mean 'Drunk' Pilots
According to the Daily Mail, The European Aviation Safety Agency said that no changes would come into effect until next year
Final Words Of Air France Flight 447 Crew Revealed In New Book
By www.dailymail.co.uk, www.dailymail.co.uk
That same report could not explain why the pilots continued to keep the plane's nose up, contrary to usual procedure during
Air France Flight 447 Mystery and Aviation History
Law prof, author, global adventure-seeker, emerging outdoorswo...
Despite the fact that no one yet knows what happened to Flight 447, the French government recently filed manslaughter charges against Airbus and Air France.
The Future of Global Air Traffic Management
Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (Ret.) and President, ITT Defens...
This afternoon at the 2010 Farnborough International Airshow in London, I had the pleasure of hosting a panel of experts from the aviation industry that discussed the critical need for modernizing air traffic management (ATM) systems around the world.
Common Theme of Gulf Oil Spill, Wall Street Collapse: Unrestrained Corporate Recklessness
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International corporations have no loyalty whatsoever to our country or its welfare. They are huge, free-floating international organizations dedicated to only one goal: making as much money as possible for themselves.
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