Risk Management

Alaska Pilot Sentenced For Floatplane Assault »

An Alaska pilot was fined $25,000 last week and given probation and restitution after being charged with felony assault for striking a man in a boat while buzzing him in a De Havilland DHC-2 Beaver floatplane. The incident happened on the Mulchatna River near Dillingham in June 2014. The victim survived but suffered permanent brain damage. More

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Regulation vs. Common Sense »

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Cirrus vs. Cirrus In... »

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TSA Gives Up On GA Security... »

The Transportation Security Administration has withdrawn its proposal to establish a security program that would have affected private and corporate aircraft... More

General Aviation Accident... »

Recent general aviation and air carrier accidents. More

Low-Flying Plane Causes... »

A low-flying plane over an Ohio high school caused concern Thursday afternoon, according to Cincinnati news station WLWT. “After an exhaustive... More

NTSB Reminder: Check Weight... »

The NTSB issued a Safety Alert on Friday reminding general aviation pilots they should calculate weight and balance before every flight. Between 2008 and... More