The FAA has issued a special notice warning pilots transiting South Carolina airspace to steer clear of heavy low-level rescue efforts as a result of what Gov. Nikki Haley called "a thousand-year level of rain" caused by Hurricane Joaquin.
October 2, 2015 | The U.S. Navy has reestablished a minesweeping helicopter training squadron this week two decades after it was disbanded. Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron 12 (HM-12) will be based at Norfolk Naval Station to train new pilots in the Navy's MH-53E Sea...
Revisions to bilateral aviation safety agreements between the U.S. and EASA and the U.S. and Canada would simplify procedures for reciprocal approval of Technical Standard Order (TSO)-approved aircraft equipment.
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In a letter sent yesterday to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International along with a long list of industry groups lamented the FAA's failure to meet its Sept. 30, 2015, deadline for commercializing UAS in the country's airspace.
MD Helicopters has supported the viability of its MD-530F during combat operations in Kabul, Afghanistan, amid recent criticism from Afghan Air Force Col. Qalandar Shah Qalandari that the aircraft's tail rotor, performance limitations and weapons systems were inadequate for conducting combat missions in Kabul's high elevations.