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After A Tragic Year for Aviation, We Must Resolve to Address the Information Gap

  • 6 min read

While debris found in the search area now appears to be from QZ8501, bringing us closer to answers on the fate of the aircraft, it is still important to discuss how the aviation industry can improve the manner in which it tracks and gathers the data necessary to investigate aircraft accidents.  If… 

FLYHT Announces L-3 AFIRS 228S Aviation Recorders Obtain Airbus A320 Certification

  • 5 min read

Progress announced for Blue-Box Aircraft Tracking System: Certification of L-3 Recorders on Airbus A320 FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd. (FLYHT) has announced that its partner L-3 Aviation Recorders (L-3 AR) has received Airbus’ formal notification of certification for the L-3  Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRS) 228S for the Airbus A320 family… 

Making Sure Airplanes Don’t Disappear is Not Science Fiction, IATA’s Tony Tyler Says

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In his State of the Industry address to the IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) today, Tony Tyler, IATA’s Director General and CEO said, when referring to systems which would, among other safety improvements, prevent another MH370: “This is not science fiction.” “A large commercial airline going missing without a trace for… 

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