The Dutch Safety Board is calling on the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment to determine who in the government should have “final responsibility” for the safety of air traffic at and around Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
ADS-B installations are a small part of Duncan Aviation’s business despite market outreach ahead of the 2020 deadline. President and CEO Aaron Hilkemann explains operators’ reasons for delaying the upgrade—and the consequences....More
In this week’s Washington Outlook: Navy’s trainer pilots report symptoms of hypoxia, outlook for defense budget showdown, ways to scuttle aircraft sales to Iran and appointees to the Ex-Im Bank....More
On a business jet, the cabin experience is crucial to the satisfaction of an executive and his or her team. In the past this often meant larger — and more, and higher definition — screens, along with more buttons, bells and whistles....More
Aviation Week’s 2016 Workforce Study highlights several data points about the aerospace and defense industry and how companies are doing in terms of identifying, hiring and keeping the best talent....More
Aviation and cybersecurity go hand in hand. Computer systems are the driving force behind the aviation industry, and ensuring the right security measures are in place is paramount to operational wellbeing....More
Like never before, airlines must ensure their fleet planning processes are strategically managed. With the introduction of new technology aircraft, the airline industry is poised on the brink of unprecedented change...More