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16
Dec

Error Potential Related to the Use of Aviation English in the Maintenance Environment

IFA Professional member, Steve Bentley considers the potential for language barriers to create an exposure which results in aviation maintenance errors.
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06
Dec

World Civil Aviation Day 2019

International cooperation is at the heart of airworthiness for aviation.  The importance of working together to introduce innovations and new technologies in a safely manner and at the right time can’t be overestimated. IFA recognises the need for a good working relationship between international organisations, Authorities and Industry.  Not an uncritical relationship but one that unlocks the full benefits of...
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05
Dec

Podcast: Lost Information, Unaddressed Issues and More Failures of the NTSC Final Lion Air Flight 610 Report

Episode 9 of PAMA Flight Safety Detectives Podcast. The Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) has released its final report regarding the crash of Lion Air Flight 610.
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Nov

Easy Access Rules for Normal-Category Aeroplanes (CS-23) Updated

EASA - The Easy Access Rules for Normal-Category Aeroplanes (CS-23) contain the applicable rules displayed in a consolidated format.
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14
Nov

Brexit Breakdown Podcast – what the Brexit deal means for UK aviation

In this episode, John Vincent, former director at The European Union Aviation Safety Agency and CEO at the International Federation of Airworthiness sits down with Professor Hussein Kassim, senior fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe and Professor of politics at the university of East Anglia and our podcaster James Millar on how aviation authorities have prepared for Brexit...
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07
Nov

ATSB recommends mandating engine modification

The ATSB has issued safety recommendations to the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney calling for them to maximise a modification that would prevent a component failure of the PW4170 series engine which powers some Airbus A330 airliners.
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06
Nov

MRO Europe 2019 show Wrap Up Magazine

Take a look at the highlights, breaking news, photos and more from the October MRO Europe 2019.
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06
Nov

MRO Network – Opinion: Restricting Airworthiness Info Access Is Against FAA Policy

MROs need to “just say no” to any requests from design approval holders that restrict access to air carrier customer instructions for continued airworthiness.
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06
Nov

Podcast: Flight Safety and the Role of Airplane Maintenance

Episode 5 of PAMA Flight Safety Detectives Podcast. Greg Feith and John Goglia welcome Kathy Yodice, Managing Partner, Law Office of Yodice Associates for a discussion on aviation regulations and legalities.
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04
Nov

ICAO 7th AIRP Meeting – new IFA representative

IFA attends the annual ICAO Airworthiness Panel meetings as an Observer.  Dave Lewis has been our representative attending and reporting on the yearly meetings.  After 6 years Dave has decided to retire but the work will continue, so we are pleased to advise that Trevor Woods has agreed and been accepted by ICAO to continue the Observer role and recently met...
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