Shortly after a new SAFO issued by the FAA on the carriage of Lithium batteries, the NTSB calls for stringent regulations of Lithium Ion battery carriage in… Read More »NTSB Finds Crash of Asiana Airlines 991 Calls for More Stringent Controls on Lithium Batteries
The NTSB has just announced that it will send investigators to support the investigation of the crash which killed Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos on Wednesday… Read More »NTSB Will Go to Brazil to Investigate Crash of Presidential Candidate’s Cessna
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
This March, I posted an update on the FAA’s all-clear for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner after its issues with lithium-ion batteries. In that post, I pointed out… Read More »NTSB Issues Wake-Up Call on Lithium-Ion Battery Testing. Will the Industry Press the Snooze Button?