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07, 2010

FAA Slow to Make Changes Despite NTSB Suggestions

Aviation Articles

In August 2006, Comair Flight 5191 departing from Lexington, Kentucky, crashed just before dawn after mistakenly trying to take off from a small, closed runway. The commuter jet broke into pieces and burst into flames killing all passengers on board except the copilot. After the accident, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) proposed a number […]


20, 2010

When Lightning Strikes…A Plane

Aviation Articles

Lightning strikes your plane. Sounds like a scene from a horror movie, right? Planes are struck by lightning more often than you might think. In this edited interview with William Voss, the president and CEO of the Flight Safety Foundation, we learned more about what can happen in the event your plane is struck […]


09, 2010

Victim’s Families Push for the “Most Significant Aviation Legislation in a Generation”

Aviation Articles

In February 2009, a horrific crash in upstate New York took the lives of all 49 on board and one person on the ground when a twin-engine turboprop plane stalled and nosedived into a home only five miles from the Buffalo-Niagra International Airport. Family members of those victims have made 30 trips to Washington lobbying […]


07, 2010

Flying Cars—No Longer of the Future

Aviation Articles

This time next year, it’s possible that you may see a flying car in the hover lane—well, not exactly. Daily Finance reports that the four-year-old Massachusetts company, Terrafugia, plans to deliver the Transition Roadable Aircraft—a hybrid vehicle capable of both flying and driving—to its first customer next year. Terrafugia has engineered a light aircraft fully […]


18, 2010

Robots in the Sky

Aviation Articles

Unmanned aircraft are the latest in aviation technology and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is at the forefront of this innovation. The FAA has signed a two-year development agreement with Insitu—an independent subsidiary of Boeing and the New Jersey Air National Guard. This research agreement is part of the FAA’s NextGen flight management system, which […]