Preliminary Report: Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302

April 4, 2019 0

On March 10, 2019, at 05:38 UTC, Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, Boeing 737-8(MAX), ET-AVJ, took off from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport bound for Nairobi, Kenya Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Shortly after takeoff, the Angle of […]


Safety Checks

March 22, 2019 1

In the aftermath of the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash on March 10, but before the FAA issued its order grounding those planes, there was a media feeding frenzy because other governments had acted sooner, […]


Flight Safety Foundation, Aireon forge partnership

March 14, 2019 0

Flight Safety Foundation has announced an agreement with Aireon to collaborate on applying spaced-based automatic dependent surveillance–broadcast (ADS-B) data to develop, share and identify safety risks in global airspace and use this information to inform […]


Pilots in Europe suffering fatigue despite new rules: ECA

March 5, 2019 0

European pilots and cabin crew are experiencing unusually high levels of fatigue, incompatible with an acceptable level of flight safety despite recent legislation, according to pilot umbrella organisation European Cockpit Association. A new study reveals major […]


EASA recommends boosting fatigue mitigation measures

March 1, 2019 0

A scientific study conducted by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) recommends enhancing mitigation measures concerning flight and duty time limitations and rest requirements to prevent high fatigue among aircrew during night flights. Results of […]


CAAi-led consortium to support Ukraine oversight

February 14, 2019 0

CAA International is to lead a consortium appointed by the European Union, to support the sustainable development of civil aviation and the civil aviation administration system in Ukraine. The programme aims to harmonise Ukraine’s aviation […]