Could Further Regulation of General Aviation Reduce Accidents?

March 7th, 2014 | Aviation accident

The chances of being involved in an accident are significant when flying in a small, privately owned aircraft. The chances of such an incident are drastically increased in rugged, mountainous locations like Alaska. The large number of General Aviation Accidents occurring in the state recently has citizens asking questions that could carry over to the… Read More

Could Further Regulation of General Aviation Reduce Accidents?

March 7th, 2014 | Aviation accident

The chances of being involved in an accident are significant when flying in a small, privately owned aircraft. The chances of such an incident are drastically increased in rugged, mountainous locations like Alaska. The large number of General Aviation Accidents occurring in the state recently has citizens asking questions that could carry over to the… Read More

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

July 9th, 2010 | 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… Read More