Flight Crew Had Been On Duty Almost 15 Hours At The Time Of The
When Corporate Airlines Flight 5966 went down on approach to
Kirksville Regional Airport (MO) last week, was fatigue a factor?
The accident happened at the end of a very long, very grueling day
for the flight crew. Was that an issue?
Review Finds Chicago's Big Airport Can't Handle As Many Flights
As Earlier Thought
A third round of cuts in the number of flight operations at
Chicago's O'Hare International comes as the FAA releases its report
on the number of operations the airport can safely handle -- in
good weather and in bad. The bottom line: O'Hare can't handle as
many flights in IMC as its administrators originally thought.
By Gary Randall, Supporters And Veterans Of Midway Island
With the presidential election at the fore front of our
thoughts, I'm sure we all can agree that the political rhetoric is
running at a feverish pace. We all have our own ideas of how the
election will affect our country. But we all must also ask
ourselves how the election will affect Midway.
First In China To Go With Rockwell-Collins' Heads-Up
Rockwell Collins said Monday that China's Shandong Airlines has
selected the company's Flight Dynamics Head-up Guidance System
(HGS) for installation on Shandong's new fleet of fifteen 737-700
and -800 aircraft. Delivery of the first systems will be in
Senior Chinese Official: Industry Isn't Keeping Up With
As Chinese officials get ready to parade their aviation wares at
one of the biggest air shows in Asia, they're also talking about
reforming the country's sagging civilian aviation sector in hopes
of boosting competition and accommodating an economy that's on