All aviation safety regulators live in glass houses when it comes to aviation safety and the potential for—and inevitability of—deadly accidents. In comments before the European Parliament’s transport committee meeting on Sept. 3, European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Executive Director Patrick Ky seems to have tried to shatter the FAA’s.
MRO is under the microscope following the Boeing 737 MAX problems and controversy over foreign repair stations and drug and alcohol testing.
MROs need to “just say no” to any requests from design approval holders that restrict access to air carrier customer instructions for continued airworthiness.
Advancing technologies bring both opportunity and risk.
How can businesses manage the hype surrounding advancing technologies?
U.S. MRO providers and regulators have prepared well for Brexit contingencies, but unknown issues could still arise.
It’s pretty clear that the target of everything done by industry or agency should be somehow connectible to improving or maintaining safety.
While I am in a position of influence that cannot be removed by sexual harassment, I still witness and am subjected to unsuitable behavior.
How well do you know the regulations?