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The Gupta family chartered jet's operator has been fined R80 000 because the aircraft did not have a foreign operator permit, the Civil Aviation Authority said on Friday. "Because the aircraft is now stationed at a civilian airport, a foreign
Apparently, at the same time that NZers are repeatedly threatened with dire consequences if they dare to break CAA's "policies" in respect to unmanned aerial systems (aka drones), the USA has been flying its drones in and out, through and around NZ's
Peter Kirker, who now works for international aerospace company Lockheed Martin, was giving evidence at the inquest into the crash that killed teenage Cessna pilot Bevan Hook way, 17, examiner David Fielding, 30, and helicopter pilot James Taylor, 19.
PhilippinesA senior official of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines died of a heart attack Saturday amid the agency's preparations for a final audit by the International Civil Aviation Organization of the country's aviation services.
It was an 8-hour flight of British Airways from Heathrow to Philadelphia but, half way into the flight, there was horror in the cockpit when both the pilot and co-pilot were overcome by toxic fumes and had to go in for an emergency landing in
The deputy chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority and former chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority, Sir Roy McNulty, was today appointed chairman of Gatwick Airport. London's second-biggest airport said current chairman Sir David Rowlands
This is thought to be the last photograph taken of Hannah Timings, the night before the helicopter she was travelling in with friend Campbell Montgomerie went missing in 2004...Lessons can still be learnt from a fatal helicopter crash eight years ago,
PhilippinesThe Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines has suspended the airworthiness inspector who cleared the plane that flew Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo to his death last August...In the suspension order, Andrews said Abalos' actions
Begins CAA releases interim report on investigation into dangerous goods carried on passenger plane The Director of Civil Aviation Graeme Harris, today released an interim report into the Royal New Zealand Air Force shipping of inadequately prepared
Incident report finds failings within Royal NZ Air Force Juliette Sivertsen, Newstalk ZB October 24, 2012, 4:18 pm An interim report from an investigation into dangerous goods being carried on a passenger plane has found significant failings within