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18 September 2018

ATSB: Objective interpretation of runway surface conditions can help reduce the risk of runway excursions

18 September 2018

The ATSB is advising pilots to be conservative when relying on pilot reports for runway surface conditions, in particular, when the conditions are considered damp.

Air Guilin passes IATA safety audit

An An Air Guilin Airbus A319 (photo: Carlyoung / CC:by-sa) 16 September 2018

Air Guilin passed the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).

Report: Cirrus Vision SF50 runway excursion in Greenland due to hydraulic brake fluid leak

15 September 2018

A serious runway excursion incident involving a Cirrus Vision SF50 jet in Greenland was caused by a hydraulic brake fluid leak, according to the final report.

Report: CitationJet CJ2 lands next to runway at Bern Airport, Switzerland, following unstabilized approach

14 September 2018

Swiss investigators failed to determine why a CitationJet CJ2 landed next to the runway at Bern Airport, Switzerland, following an unstabilized approach.

FAA issues advisory to pilots about risks associated with operating in Iranian airspace

11 September 2018

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued an advisory, warning pilots about risks associated with operating in Iranian airspace within the Tehran Flight Information Region (FIR).

A Let L-410 crashed into a lake near Yirol Airport, South Sudan; fatalities reported

9 September 2018

A Let L-410 crashed into a lake near Yirol Airport, South Sudan.

AirAsia passes IATA safety audit

8 September 2018

AirAsia passed the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).

EASA extends validity of conflict zone warnings for Kenya and Yemen to 28 February 2019

7 September 2018

EASA has extended the validity of conflict zone warnings for Kenya and Yemen to 28 February 2019.

Air India Airbus A320neo lands on runway under construction at Male, Maldives

7 September 2018

An Air India Airbus A320neo landed on a runway under construction at Malé Velana International Airport, Maldives.

NTSB: Gulfstream G-IV approached taxiway at Philadelphia, overflew jets at 200 feet

6 September 2018

The NTSB is investigating an incident involving a Gulfstream G-IV that approached a taxiway at Philadelphia. During the go-around it overflew four passenger jets; the first one at 200 feet.