Why is reducing noise pollution crucial for aviation?

Why is reducing noise pollution crucial for aviation?

There is no denying that aviation has come very far technology-wise. In its early infancy, commercial aviation was an expensive and rather uncomfortable endeavor, because the turboprops that powered aircraft were loud, produced a lot of vibration and were limited in...
Hormuz-routed flights was halted by many international airlines

Hormuz-routed flights was halted by many international airlines

Hormuz-routed flights, FAA bars US-registered aircraft from flying in airspace United Airlines has canceled some direct flights after the Federal Aviation Administration banned U.S. carriers from Iranian airspace following Iran’s shoot-down of a high-altitude U.S....
Ice Runway Registered & Approved by FAA

Ice Runway Registered & Approved by FAA

Looking for a winter adventure in your airplane? how about landing on the sole ice runway charted by the Federal Aviation Agency in the lower 48? Here’s what you need to know… The Airport During the winter months, the Alton Bay Ice Runway and Seaplane Base...
Pilot in Command :Responsibilities and Authorities

Pilot in Command :Responsibilities and Authorities

The pilot in command (PIC) is the person aboard the aircraft who is responsible for its operation and safety throughout the flight. This would be the captain in a typical two- or three-pilot air crew, or “pilot” if there’s just one certified and...
EPS diesel engine logs 100+ hours

EPS diesel engine logs 100+ hours

NEW RICHMOND, Wis. — Engineered Propulsion Systems (EPS) reports it is making steady progress in its push toward FAA certification. The company, which completed ground and flight tests on two concept engines last spring, has incorporated a number of refinements in the...