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March 2014 Archives

New Zealand's Civil Aviation Authority Urged to Take Action on Robinson R22 Helicopters

An investigation into a fatal 2011 helicopter crash has prompted New Zealand's Transport Accident Investigation Commission to urge the country's Civil Aviation Authority to step in and do something to prevent light helicopter crashes.

NTSB Issues Safety Alert After Recent Wrong Airport Landings

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a new Safety Alert today in response to two transport category planes recently landing at the wrong airports. The Safety Alert, titled "Landing at the Wrong Airport" reminds pilots of the vigilance required to avoid mistakes that could cost lives.

What the Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Has Shown Us

The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has captivated the world's attention for going on two weeks now. While a significant amount of media time has been dedicated to where the plane might be and what might have happened to those on board, other issues related to the missing airliner have revealed themselves to be both surprising and disturbing.

News Helicopter Crash in Seattle Kills Pilot and Photographer

A news helicopter crashed on top of three vehicles Tuesday morning, leaving two people dead and one person seriously injured. The fatal crash happened in Seattle, Washington at around 7:40 a.m. near Fisher Plaza, on the 400 block of Broad Street. 

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Still Missing

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing early Saturday morning, and as of Tuesday morning, the plane is still unaccounted for. The Boeing 777-200 aircraft departed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at 12:41 a.m. with 239 souls onboard (227 passengers and 12 crew members), bound for Beijing, China. A multinational search for the missing jumbo jet has reached its fourth day.

FAA Wants Airlines to Update Auto-Throttles on Boeing 737 Aircraft

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed a fix on Boeing 737 airplanes in the wake of two fatal airline crashes. According to the FAA, the proposal was submitted to make sure that a faulty altimeter does not cause the auto-throttle system on 737s to cut airspeed unexpectedly.

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