NTSB issues Boeing 737 MAX safety recommendations

September 27, 2019 0

The report has been issued as part of the NTSB’s ongoing support to Indonesia’s aviation investigators following the October 29, 2018, crash of Lion Air flight 610 in the Java Sea and their counterparts from […]


Aviation groups urge ICAO action on GNSS vulnerability

September 25, 2019 0

International aviation groups are appealing to ICAO for urgent action to address GNSS interference. In a paper entitled An Urgent Need to Address Harmful Interferences To GNSS that is being presented to the 40th ICAO […]


Altitude Angel launches CAA-backed Just Culture reporting system

September 4, 2019 0

Altitude Angel, the world’s foremost UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) provider, is launching the world’s first ‘just culture’ incident reporting system for drone pilots and operators. With no industry-wide function currently available for drone pilots and […]


Brussels strengthens safety cooperation with Japan

July 31, 2019 0

The European Commission and Japan have agreed to strengthen their aviation cooperation by concluding negotiations on an agreement on civil aviation safety that will enhance safety cooperation and facilitate market access of the EU’s aeronautical […]

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Australian defence LOS occurrences in terminal airspace drop

July 12, 2019 0

Loss of separation incidents in Australia’s Department of Defence controlled airspace around Darwin, Townsville and Williamtown/Newcastle airports have reduced significantly, reports the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB). As a consequence, the ATSB has now formally […]