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New pilot qualification rule seeks to reduce accidents caused by pilot inexperience.
by Heather Baldwin
The 2009 crash of an A330 into the Atlantic should be an impetus for enhanced pilot training, accident investigators say.
by Linda Werfelman
A new law sets a timetable for incorporating unmanned aircraft into U.S. airspace.
The FAA issues a long-awaited fatigue-fighting rule, and cargo pilots challenge their exclusion.
The FAA aims for new inspection programs to keep airplanes with widespread fatigue damage out of the air.
Proposed modifications of rules governing air ambulance helicopters should help prevent accidents, supporters say.
New requirements call for increased global cooperation to improve proficiency in aviation English.
Airlines fault latest U.S. attempt to revise rules designed to combat fatigue.
by Mark Lacagnina
Growing accident numbers prompt a regulatory response.
by Frances Fiorino
A new law calls for an increase in the minimum flight time required of pilots hired by U.S. air carriers.