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17 July 2017

July 17: the worst day in aviation history

17 July 2017

The 17th of July is the worst day in aviation history with 927 fatalities in 17 airliner accidents, according to ASN data.

FAA proposes $285,800 civil penalty against Exec 1 Aviation

13 July 2017

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes a $285,800 civil penalty against Exec 1 Aviation of Ankeny, Iowa, for allegedly using unqualified pilots on multiple passenger-carrying flights.

UAE to make geofencing technology mandatory on all drones

12 July 2017

The United Arab Emirates’ General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is further regulating the use of drones in the country.

Serious near miss incident when approaching A320 lines up with occupied taxiway, San Francisco

11 July 2017

A serious near miss incident occurred at San Francisco on July 7 when an approaching Air Canada A320 lined up with an occupied taxiway.

Air Cote d’Ivoire and Cambodia Angkor Air pass IATA safety audit

11 July 2017

Air Cote d’Ivoire and Cambodia Angkor Air both passed the  IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).

China Express Airlines passes IATA safety audit

9 July 2017

The Chinese airline China Express Airlines passed the  IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).

Report: Runway excursion and gear collapse, DHC-8-400, Hubli Airport, India

7 July 2017

AAIB India published the investigation report into a March 2015 runway excursion and gear collapse accident involving a DHC-8-400 at Hubli Airport, India.

Report: Engine shutdown and collision with terrain involving Beech B200, Moomba Airport, Australia

6 July 2017

The ATSB released their final report regarding the December 2016 engine shutdown and collision with terrain acciden involving a Beech B200 at Moomba Airport, Australia.

Accident: Martinaire Cessna 208B Cargomaster impacted terrain near Alpine, Texas, USA

4 July 2017

A Martinaire Cessna 208B Cargomaster impacted terrain shortly after takeoff from Alpine, Texas, USA. The pilot surived.

Report: Qatar Airways Boeing 777 diversion due to electrical smell in the cockpit, Zurich, Switzerland

4 July 2017

The STSB issued a s summary report on a serious incident involving a Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300ER that diverted to Zurich, Switzerland due to electrical smell in the cockpit.