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Airport Operators May Have A Duty To Assure That Repair Facilities Or Visiting Mechanics Working At The Airport Have Sufficient Qualifications And Financial Responsibilty

     In general aviation accident cases, an injured pilot or passenger can assert a negligence claim against a repair person and/or facility that incorrectly performs maintenance on the aircraft which contributes to the accident. But what if the repair person or facility has few assets and maintains a policy of insurance with low policy limits […]

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New FAA Rule For General Aviation Aircraft Will Increase Development Of New Technology

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) has substantially rewritten Part 23 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. The new regulations eliminate detailed, prescriptive standards for new products, and instead, establish general performance objectives for new products to be placed on the market. This change will make it substantially easier for new aircraft products to be […]

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Excessive Aural Warnings in Cockpit Contribute to Crash of Jet Aircraft at London Area Airport

On July 4, 2015, a two-engine Embraer Phenom 300 business jet, with one pilot and three passengers aboard, crashed after the aircraft left the runway shortly after landing. The experienced pilot who had flown into the London-area airport on several prior occasions decided to continue a high-speed, steep visual approach to the runway instead of […]

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