Federal Aviation Administration - FAA

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  • The National Airspace System includes hundreds of Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Ranges (VORs) that have provided primary, ground-based navigation in all phases of flight since the 1950s. A Minimum Operational Network (MON) supports the NAS transition from VOR-based routes to more efficient Performance Based Navigation (PBN) consistent with NextGen goals. The VOR MON is the minimum number of...

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • NTSB accident data suggests that pilots who are distracted by less essential tasks can lose control of their aircraft and crash. In light of this pilots are reminded to maintain aircraft control at all times. This may mean a delay in responding to ATC communications and passenger requests, or not responding at all unless positive aircraft control can be maintained throughout. In other words, Fly t...

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • The lack of transition training has been cited as a causal factor in many GA accidents. Accidents frequently result from pilots being unprepared for challenges presented by the new, or different, aircraft they are flying. Even when pilots are legally certificated to operate aircraft within a specific category and class, significant differences can exist among different types of aircraft within tha...

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • FAA's Office of Commercial Space Transportation ensures protection of the public, property, and the national security and foreign policy interests of the United States during commercial launch and reentry activities. The FAA issues licenses for all U.S. commercial space launches around the world

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • The General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC) has determined that a significant number of general aviation fatalities could be avoided if pilots were better informed and trained in determining and flying their aircraft at the best glide speed while maneuvering to complete a forced landing. Download Fact Sheet: http://bit.ly/2rfMV9p

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • The FAA’s Teri Bristol tells drone companies about the benefits of LAANC. LAANC offers industry the opportunity to work with the FAA as we develop a UAS traffic management system. LAANC automates a previously manual system to obtain an FAA airspace authorization under the small UAS rule, Part 107. If you’re interested in becoming a UAS Service Supplier, our 30-day application period begins on A...

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • The General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC) has identified a number of fatal general aviation accidents that occurred following powerplant failure. Mismanagement of light, twin-engine airplanes in single-engine operations was of particular concern. The GAJSC believes that scenario-based training in emergency procedures will be effective in reducing these kinds of mishaps. Download Fact ...

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • The General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC) has determined that “smart cockpit technology” in the form of automated checklists for normal and emergency operations, predictive aircraft performance, and performance monitoring, might reduce the number of system/component failure general aviation accidents. Download Fact Sheet: http://bit.ly/2pRvYlM

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • Have you ever had a mid-air “close call” in what seemed like wide-open skies? Even the most seasoned pilots have occasionally been surprised by unseen aircraft. Thanks to ADS-B In, pilots can see traffic on their devices in the cockpit, affording them an extra level of safety and security. For the pilots in this video, having a “near miss” turned them into ADS-B believers.

Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA
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  • Attention: New Procedures at HNL went into effect Jan. 26, 2018. Honolulu International Airport is one of the nation’s most challenging airports for general aviation pilots. This video details changes to the hold short markings between parallel runways 4L/R-22R/L, as well as other runway safety best practices. By increasing awareness of the challenges pilots face, we can reduce the likelihood of...

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