The NTSB has just anounced they will deny the requests from The TWA 800 Project to reopen the investigation of the 1996 Crash of TWA Flight 800.… Read More »NTSB Denies Petition to Reopen TWA Flight 800 Investigation
Flight Chic readers will remember that I posted about the regulatory update from the FAA which restricted the use by flight crew of PEDs in… Read More »Pilots Respond to PED Restrictions In the Flight Deck Imposed by FAA
The FAA encourages passengers to take an active role in aviation safety when they fly this summer. Here are the Top 5 Travel Tips and One Major No-No:
1. Pay attention to the flight attendant safety briefing at the beginning of your flight and read the safety briefing card. It could save your life in an emergency.
The Norwegian Airports company, Avinor, announced today that Norway will, for the first time, allow armed guards onboard flights destined to the US and Israel,… Read More »Norway to Allow Armed Guards On Board Aircraft Bound for US and Israel
Michael G. Whitaker, Deputy Administrator of the FAA confirmed that the NextGen program in the US is on track for timely completion by the stipulated… Read More »NextGen Is On Track For 2020, FAA Deputy Administrator Tells Senate Committee
It’s the eternal question on the minds of techie travellers: are there really any risks to aircraft from the use of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs)… Read More »FAA Details The Risks Airlines Must Asses to Approve Use of Personal Electronic Devices
The FAA has announced that it will consider granting exemptions to restrictions on small drones (UAS) for commercial use for Movie and TV production. Seven companies have… Read More »FAA Considers Allowing Studios To Use Drones For Filming