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Thank you for your messages of support; they are much appreciated at this difficult time. There is much speculation about what exactly caused today’s accident, but we will not have all the facts for some time yet. In the meantime, we wanted to confirm a few key details. First, the Virgin Galactic team is cooperating with our partners at Scaled Composites and with the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), Federal Aviation Administration, and local authorities on the investigation. The NTSB is scheduled to arrive in Mojave tomorrow morning to commence their investigation. Second, local authorities have confirmed that one of the two Scaled Composites pilots onboard SpaceShipTwo died during the accident. The other pilot parachuted to the ground, and is now being treated at a local hospital. All of us are deeply saddened by today’s events, and our thoughts and prayers are with the families of all those affected by this tragic accident. At a press conference earlier today, our CEO, George said: .. ...
Bethlehem police say the Federal Aviation Administration & National Transportation Safety Board will investigate what caused the crash
Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner, Lewis Katz, was among the 7 killed in Saturday's Massachusetts plane crash. The cause of the crash is unknown as of Sunday morning. Both the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the incident.
NTSB Thinks the 787 Is not Safe to Fly There are 140 Boeing 787 Dreamliners now flying with airlines across the world. Passengers love the 787’s airy, spacious cabin, its large windows and its cutting-edge entertainment technology. Last year’s problems with battery fires that caused the entire fleet of 787s to be grounded for three months seem well behind it. Or are they? The National Transportation Safety Board is at odds with the Federal Aviation Administration over the way the 787 was cleared to fly again. The Board has raised new concerns about the way that the lithium-ion batteries used to supply power to critical systems on the 787 are tested to ensure their safety—even In fact, lingering questions and confusion about the danger posed by the batteries point to a lack of transparency in the way both Boeing and the regulators deal with the application of new and relatively untried technologies in airplanes. The NTSB is plainly unhappy with the steps taken so far by the FAA to understand the spec ...
The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration are working to determine what led to today's fatal helicopter crash at the Birchwood Airport in Chugiak. The pilot was killed and a bystander was "seriously burned" after rushing into the wreckage to help the pilot.
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FYI...The National Weather Service received recommendations issued by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). We are in the process of reviewing the recommendations. The National Weather Service is always looking at ways to improve our products, services and the way we communicate information. We will work closely with our aviation stakeholders and our partner, the Federal Aviation Administration, to support flight safety by delivering consistent, timely and accurate weather information. We will respond to NTSB within the required 90 days.
Investigators scouring for the missing MH370, have made a major breakthrough in locating the runaway jet with the emergence of new satellite images showing hundreds of floating objects in the Southern Indian Ocean, where the jetliner is suspected to have crashed. The new images were from Airbus Defence and Space, which is based in France,and shows a total 122 potential objects measuring from 1 metre to 23 metres in length have been found some 2,557 km south of Perth. In the the meantime,an international working group has been established to try and refine more accurately the final position of MH370 in the Indian Ocean. The agencies involved in this working group include satellite providers Inmarsat, the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch, the Chinese CAAC and AAID, National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration from the US, MH370 makers Boeing, the airplane’s engine providers Rolls Royce as well as the relevant Malaysian authorities.
Why are U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board looking for MH370?
US sends investigators to join search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane An FBI team has flown to Malaysia to join the search for the Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing over the South China Sea early on Saturday. Three Americans were among the 239 people on board flight MH370, from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. On Sunday Tony Blinken, President Barack Obama’s deputy national security adviser, confirmed that the US government was aiding the investigation into what caused the plane to come down. “The FBI, the National Transportation Safety Board, the [Federal Aviation Administration], all of them are heading to the area to help with the investigation,” he told NBC. “Lots of questions have been raised, we don’t have the answers yet. We’ll get them.” On Sunday, possible debris from the plane was found in the sea off Vietnam by a search team, according to a senior official, and Interpol confirmed that at least two stolen passports were used to board the flight at Kuala Lumpur’s internationa ...
Vehicle Incident in USA on Sunday Description Three men were injured Saturday morning in a plane crash at the Victoria Regional Airport. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane left from Victoria Regional, at 10 a.m., and then crashed into a nearby field. Texas DPS have identified the men as pilot Burl Wilkerson, 58, of Houston, along with passengers Sajib Rupollia, 30, of California, and Daniel Nghien, 50, also from Houston. Preliminary reports from the FAA suggest the plane began having engine problems, shortly after taking off. According to a check of the FAA’s website shows the plane is registered to a company in Wyoming. The FAA said the three passengers on board, were initially taken to Citizens Medical Center in Victoria. Wilkerson was later transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston and is listed critical condition. Rupollia was transported to a hospital in San Antonio. Officials with the FAA, the National Transportation Safety Board, and Texas Department of Public S ...
U.S. clears Boeing 787 for test flights, as delays loom U.S. agencies cleared Boeing Co (BA.N) to restart test flights of its grounded 787 Dreamliner in order to get more data on potentially faulty batteries, but they also demanded a closer look at how the batteries were approved, which may delay resuming delivery of Boeing's newest aircraft. The 50 Dreamliners in service were grounded worldwide on January 16, after a series of battery incidents, including a fire on board a parked 787 in Boston and an in-flight problem on another plane in Japan. The groundings have cost airlines tens of millions of dollars, with no end in sight. Late on Thursday, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said it would allow test flights, under more stringent rules, to monitor the batteries in flight. That followed an earlier, one-time flight to move a 787 from Texas to Washington state. Earlier in the day, Deborah Hersman, head of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, said regulators must review the "special condi ...
So What Really Happened to the "Hijacked" Flights of 9/11? A Freedom of Information Act request of the Federal Aviation Administration, seeking the last known serial number data of aircraft components contained by the aircraft used to carry out the 9/11 attacks, that are known to have been collected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and National Transportation Safety Board from all 3 9/11 plane crash scenes, has been denied.
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