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Jan 27, 2022
BCA spoke with Megan Eisenstein, NATA managing director of industry and regulatory affairs, about the Sustainability Standard for Aviation Businesses and other steps the association is taking to promote environmentally friendly business operations and practices.
Jan 27, 2022
The performance study calculated the airplane’s airspeed to be 240 kt. when the roll began, and its roll rate to be 5 deg. per second. This roll rate was significantly less than the roll rate achieved during flight test of the Tamarack Atlas system.
Jan 27, 2022
The Citation 680 entered service as the Sovereign in September 2004 and was reintroduced as the improved Sovereign+ in December 2013.
Jan 27, 2022
The task of trying to understand what caused the roll of a Cessna 525A and why the pilot failed to recover from it took the National Transportation Safety Board almost three years. In the end, they were able to provide only partial answers.
Jan 26, 2022
For those curious about the in-flight responsibilities, challenges, concerns and dire confusions confronting B-52 flight crews in combat, The Brothers Bellum by James Albright puts you in one of the eight-engine bomber’s ejection seats – most often that of the Electronic Warfare officer.
Jan 25, 2022
Additional features to enhance the educational experience of learning about meteorological and human factors challenges of aviation operations in the alpine environment.
Jan 24, 2022
Teresa Ortega, a commercially rated pilot and 25-year Textron Aviation veteran, founded Wichita-based Ortega Aviation Services with her flight instructor husband, Kirby Ortega, a former Textron Aviation chief pilot for piston engine operations, in 2018. The company initially offered classroom training along with consulting services for jet maintenance and expanded from there.
Jan 24, 2022
Rapidly changing, localized weather is another risk.