Gregg Brown, director of quality assurance at Southwest Airlines, talks to James Pozzi about the compliance side of the low-cost carrier’s operation and how the airline manages this in the face of changing regulation and standards.
Poor fuel management can have costly and potentially catastrophic effects. Sam Crooks, operations and technical manager at fuel distributor Gulf Aviation, explores the risks, responsibilities and regulations surrounding fuel management at airports.
Tuesday’s (September 29) news that the US Congress averted disruption to the aviation industry by temporarily extending the FAA’s authorisation until March 31, 2016 brings with it a tangible sense of relief.
EASA has appointed Ricardo Génova as its new flight standards director. In his new role, Génova will be responsible of the oversight of EU member states and the approval of aviation organisations around the globe...
In its newly updated annual analysis of commercial-aviation accidents involving Western-built jets with 40 seats or more, this year’s version being Commercial Aviation Accidents 1958-2014, Airbus argues that little of real value can be learned...
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has appointed Shum Jin-Chyi Kevin as its new director-general.
Shum will take up the role from August 2 and replaces Yap Ong Heng, who steps down after six years as CAAS director-general.