Posted by AeroSpace News on 12 Oct 2016 in Aviation News
A statement issued by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says that the agency’s initial investigation indicates the light plane crash in East Hartford, Connecticut, on 12 October 2016, near a Pratt & Whitney plant, is the result of an intentional act.
Posted by AeroSpace News on 26 Apr 2016 in Press Releases
NTSB says accidents attributed to “loss of control in-flight” are the most common defining events for fatal crashes in the private flying sector of general aviation, accounting for about 40 percent of general aviation fatalities.
Posted by AeroSpaceNews Editor on 19 Apr 2013 in Airline News
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a statement today (19 April 2013) that says the agency has approved the Boeing 787 Dreamliner's troubled battery... Read More
Posted by AeroSpaceNews Editor on 07 Feb 2013 in Airline News
UPDATE: Corrected headline to change "Cause" to "Origin" The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says the JAL Battery fire began due to short circuiting of a... Read More
Posted by AeroSpaceNews Editor on 11 Jan 2013 in Airline News
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says it is going to conduct a review of the Boeing 787’s design and production. The effort will examine critical systems says the agency, as well as the assembly of the airplane, and its novel, for industry standards, technology.
Posted by AeroSpaceNews Editor on 08 Jan 2013 in Airline News
New details are coming to light as the investigation into the fire aboard a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 at Boston’s Logan International airport continues. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued an update that describes a small area of the incident aircraft damaged by the event but a fire that seems to have taken a long time to extinguish.