News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
The Flight Safety Foundation and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore will hold an annual meeting to raise aviation safety standards in Asia-Pacific.
The fatal crash of a Challenger 601-3A on May 5, 2019, was the result of a loss of control due to a rapid climb and inversion caused by severe turbulence.
Flight Safety Foundation presents Bryan Burns and Russ Lawton, safety leaders from ACSF, with the 2022 Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award.
Gulfstream has issued maintenance and operations letters regarding ground spoiler checks as a result of a December 2021 fatal crash of a GIV-SP.
Operators with ADS-B Out receivers with selective availability are no longer required to perform a preflight performance availability prediction check.
Introduced last year and now with several thousand users, JumpSeat's crowdsourced app enables pilots to share and access operational information.
Accumulated snow/ice, excessive gross weight, and out-of-limit center of gravity are among factors eyed by investigators of a Pilatus PC-12 crash.
Brazilian business aviation services company TAM Aviação Executiva has received IS-BAH registration for its flagship FBO at São Paulo Congonhas Airport.
FlightSafety International and Presage Group partner on groundbreaking psychological study of go-around decision making for Gulfstream operators.
The FAA has issued an update of its previous 2018 advisory circular (AC) that provides regulatory guidance for operators to obtain EFVS approval.