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27
May

FAA – Take a Moment for an Aviation Maintenance Safety Tip on ADs

FAA Aviation maintenance Safety Moment video on finding ADs applicable to your aircraft.
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27
May

A test pilot’s view of the de Havilland Sea Vixen

Not strictly airworthiness but interesting to read Dan Griffith's account of the process of test flying Sea Vixen D3 XP924
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27
May

Could Pandemic Push FAA to Change Outdated Maintenance Training Requirements?

The COVID-19 pandemic could be the push the industry needs to get the FAA to update outdated aviation maintenance training regulations.
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27
May

Planes grounded by Covid-19 kept in tip-top shape at Changi

About 800 maintenance workers have stepped up work around the clock to ensure that the planes can take to the skies quickly when air travel picks up again.
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21
May

Airbus FAST Magazine – Protecting precious Assets – Parking and storing aircraft

Airbus article gives clear information on the differences between Parking and Storing of aircraft, procedures and guidance on preparing for parking/storage and return to service. Read the article and link to view the full magazine.
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21
May

EASA/ECDC issue joint guidelines to assure health safety in air travel despite COVID-19 pandemic

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) issued a joint document defining measures to assure the health safety of air travellers and aviation personnel once airlines resume regular flight schedules following the severe disruption caused by COVID-19.
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18
May

Boeing 777 – 25th Anniversary of first delivery

Boeing 777 – 25th Anniversary of first delivery Boeing delivered the first 777 to United Airlines on 17 May 1995. Sunday was the 25th Anniversary of the first Boeing 777 delivery — the 777 family has flown more than 3.3 billion people on more than 13 million flights. An Extract from the news of 1995 SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 15, 1995– United...
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14
May

ICAO – COVID-19 added to SMS

The ICAO Safety Management Implementation - Overview now includes a COVID-19 section covering Safety Risk Management.
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14
May

Twenty Days – 90th Anniversary of Amy Johnson’s Solo Flight to Australia

TwentyDays is an online celebration of the 90th anniversary of Hull aviator and Licensed Engineer, Amy Johnson's solo flight from England to Australia. Join them daily from May 5 - 24th.
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13
May

Potential nest problems with aircraft in storage

Bird and insect nests made in stored planes create airworthiness issues.
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