News about significant aircraft accidents and information from accident reports.
None of the five fatal fatal accidents in the country last year involved commercial or turbine general aviation aircraft.
As the FAA and EASA meet this week, industry leaders remain concerned that regulators cannot keep pace as the industry roars back to recovery.
Preliminary and final accident reports, June 2022
The pilot's failure to avoid a thunderstorm and ATC's failure to provide info about that storm were cited by the NTSB as factors in a 2019 turboprop crash.
Hawaii aviation attorney says 'FAA is not doing its job.'
Cockpit image recording systems have been a hot-button topic for more than 20 years, but the time for the FAA to require them might have arrived.
The fatal crash of a Challenger 601-3A on May 5, 2019, was the result of a loss of control due to a rapid climb and inversion caused by severe turbulence.
Gulfstream has issued maintenance and operations letters regarding ground spoiler checks as a result of a December 2021 fatal crash of a GIV-SP.
Accumulated snow/ice, excessive gross weight, and out-of-limit center of gravity are among factors eyed by investigators of a Pilatus PC-12 crash.
No deaths reported among the 122 passengers and crew aboard a Tibet Airlines A319 that crashed and caught fire in southwestern China Thursday.