This week, the GAJSC met in Washington, DC. At the meeting, the NTSB provided a detailed overview of the new eADMS for the storage, retrieval, and management of information associated with its aviation accident/incident investigations. This new eADMS is an important educational resource that will be beneficial to the work of the GAJSC and other […]
This week, NTSB announced its 2017-2018 Most Wanted List for Transportation Safety Improvements. NTSB has been issuing the Most Wanted List (MWL) of advocacy priorities since 1990. This list marks a new two-year cycle. Loss of Control in Flight in General Aviation appeared on the list for the fourth consecutive year. In remarking on the topic at the […]
Last week, GAJSC Safety Analysis Team co-chair Corey Stephens (FAA) presented on the GAJSC at “FAA’s Meet the Regulators” session at NBAA-BACE in Orlando, Florida. The session featured a panel of FAA’s senior leadership discussing topics including FAA’s new compliance philosophy, the ADS-B equipage mandate, and safety data sharing.
The GAJSC met this week (Oct. 12) in Washington, DC to review GA safety data, discuss the status of ongoing safety efforts, and deliberate on FAA/industry safety priorities. Among the updates the GAJSC received, FAA reported on the expansion of FAA Aviation Weather Cameras from Alaska to the lower 48 (see Safety Enhancement 12 – “Deploy […]
The GAJSC’s System Component Failure – Powerplant (SCF-PP) report is now available online! Read the GAJSC’s SCF-PP-related safety enhancements (SE) and the underlying analyses in the report, and look for updates on SE-related materials here.