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17 November 2019

Study: pilots have difficulty detecting drones on final appraoach

17 November 2019

Researchers from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Oklahoma State University have conducted research on the ability of pilots to visually detect small unmanned aircraft on final approach.

Transaviaexport Airlines passes IATA safety audit

17 November 2019

Transaviaexport Airlines passed the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). Transaviaexport Airlines is a Belarus cargo airline. It started operating flights in 1992 and currently operates one Boeing 747-300F and five Ilyushin IL-76TD cargo aircraft. The IOSA programme is an evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline. IOSA uses […]

Cessna 550 Citation II crashed on landing at resort airstrip in Brazil, killing one

15 November 2019

A Cessna 550 Citation II crashed on landing and caught fire at a resort airstrip near Barra Grande, Maraú, Brazil. One occupant died, nine were injured.

Go Air Airbus A320neo suffers runway excursion during go around in fog at Bengaluru Airport, India

14 November 2019

A Go Air Airbus A320neo suffered a runway excursion during a go around in fog at Bengaluru Airport, India.

Report: Unstable approach, failure to go-around leads to a hard landing of ATR 72 at Canberra, Australia

12 November 2019

The ATSB concluded that an unstable approach preceded a hard landing accident of an ATR 72 airliner at Canberra, Australia.

Embraer ERJ-145 slides off runway on landing at Chicago-O’Hare Airport

11 November 2019

An Envoy-operated American Eagle Embraer ERJ-145 slid off the runway on landing at Chicago-O’Hare Airport.

FAA downgrades Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia to Category 2

11 November 2019

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has found that the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) does not meet International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) safety standards and therefore has received a Category 2 rating based on a reassessment of the country’s civil aviation authority.

An Embraer ERJ-175 suffered severe controllability issues after takeoff from Atlanta

8 November 2019

An American Eagle Embraer ERJ-175 made an emergency return to Atlanta, Georgia, USA after suffering severe controllability issues after takeoff.

Report: DHC-8-400 lands on taxiway after runway lights fail to illuminate

6 November 2019

The NTSB released a report on a December 2017 incident in which a DHC-8-400 landed on a taxiway at Pullman, WA, USA in night-time conditions.

ATSB recommends mandating PW4170 engine modification after incident

6 November 2019

The ATSB issued recommendations to the FAA and Pratt & Whitney to mandate a modification that would prevent a component failure of the PW4170 series engine which powers some Airbus A330 airliners.