Victoria Haky

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Former Flight Attendant, Crash Survivor Leads 24 Year Battle To Change Flying Rules For Young Children

Jan Lohr-Brown’s crusade to change air safety rules for young passengers began in a wreckage-strewn cornfield in Iowa on a warm July day in 1989. Having just survived the horrific plane crash that took the lives of 112 passengers, Ms. Lohr-Brown, the senior flight attendant on the ill-fated United …

Inaccurate fuel gauges contribute to crash

Aircraft: Fairchild M-62A-3. Injuries: 1 Minor. Location: Waukegan, Illinois. Aircraft damage:<p>What reportedly happened: The pilot checked the …

FAA rules committee recommends changes to Part 23 regulations

An aviation rulemaking committee convened by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is recommending a range of policy and regulatory changes …

Some US workplace safety rules to apply to cabin crews

US regulators have taken steps to improve workplace safety for airline cabin crewmembers.<p>In a policy released 21 August, the US Federal Aviation …

PICTURE: Eurocopter Donauworth helipad first in Europe to make use of LPV guidance

Eurocopter’s on-site helicopter landing pad at its German headquarters in Donauwörth has become the first helipad in Europe to make use of localiser …

UK government to slash red tape for GA sector

The UK government and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) are preparing to strip away unnecessary bureaucracy for the country's general aviation sector. …

UK prepares to simplify GA rules

More than 270 separate proposals to simplify the regulation of UK general aviation have been received by the Civil Aviation Authority since it …

FAA attacks GA safety weaknesses

The prevention of weather-related general aviation accidents will be the top priority for the US Federal Aviation Administration in its ongoing …