News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
The delayed review of the UK's contentious quarantine policy eases requirements for 59 countries, but not for travelers from the U.S. and many others.
Axa XL, the property and casualty and specialty risk division of insurance provider Axa, has recognized Wyvern’s Safety Leader Training Course.
After a launch in mid-June NATA's Safety 1st Clean program has reached 50 members.
Adding humidity to dry indoor air, especially in aircraft cabins, offers a compelling solution to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) is planning to proceed with its 2020 show in Dubai in December.
With thousands of airliners idled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic's chilling effect on travel, microbial fuel contamination is a key concern.
With Europe moving towards relaxing its restrictions on Covid-19 travel, EBAA is advocating a concerted and consistent approach.
Chuck Aaron's helicopter upset and instrument training coming to Southern Utah University.
An Airbus A350-1000 widebody airliner achieved fully autonomous taxi, takeoff, and landings in a series of test flights.
Travelers to New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut now have new Covid-19 quarantine rules to follow.