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Plane Crashes Into River in New Haven, Passengers and Dog Rescued: Officials – NBC Connecticut

Plane Crashes Into River in New Haven, Passengers and Dog Rescued: Officials – NBC Connecticut

Two people and a dog were rescued by good Samaritans after their plane crashed into the Quinnipiac River in New Haven, officials said. City officials said two occupants and a dog were on board. They’re all out of the plane and were brought ashore to a local boatyard. New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker said the plane originated from Florida and...

NTSB releases final report on 2020 plane crash in Moosic – Scranton Times-Tribune

NTSB releases final report on 2020 plane crash in Moosic – Scranton Times-Tribune

An oversight during maintenance work three years earlier most likely caused the engine failure that led to the crash-landing of a small plane in a Moosic residential neighborhood in 2020, federal investigators concluded. × This page requires Javascript. Javascript is required for you to be able to read premium content. Please enable it in your browser settings. .trendingstories { margin:...

NBAA Creates Guidelines for Exporting Aircraft from U.S. – Aviation International News

NBAA’s Tax Committee and regulatory issues advisory group have jointly created a new, members-only resource on exporting aircraft from the U.S. Dubbed the “Guide on Exporting Aircraft from the United States,” NBAA senior director of public policy and advocacy Scott O’Brien said the document includes detailed scenarios that reflect how business aircraft transactions occur, providing clear direction to the industry....

Kreindler & Kreindler LLP, a New York Aviation Accident Attorney, Represents Victims of Plane Crashes – Digital Journal

Kreindler & Kreindler LLP, a New York Aviation Accident Attorney, Represents Victims of Plane Crashes – Digital Journal

New York, NY – In catastrophic events, victims of personal injury have relied on Kreindler & Kreindler LLP to pursue damages or discover the cause of an accident since 1950. As one of the world’s leading aviation accident law firms, the attorneys advocate for their clients to help them find the answers they need most without compromising on respect, compassion,...

Brake Locked Up On Wagstaff's Bonanza Says NTSB – AVweb

Brake Locked Up On Wagstaff's Bonanza Says NTSB – AVweb

Excessive play in some brake parts was the probable cause of a runway accident involving air show icon Patty Wagstaff and her V-Tail Bonanza at St. Augustine Airport in 2019. The final report on the mishap, which resulted in minor injuries for Wagstaff and her passenger, an instructor at her flight school based at St. Augustine, was released this week....

Small plane crashes into pond near Pilots Ridge; no injuries reported – WWAY NewsChannel 3

Small plane crashes into pond near Pilots Ridge; no injuries reported – WWAY NewsChannel 3

June 29, 2022 (Photo: MD Davis, NHC Fire Rscue) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — New Hanover County Fire Rescue is on the scene of a small plane crash near Pilots Ridge, according to MD Davis with NHC Fire Rescue. According to a spokesperson, the aircraft ran off a private runway and into a pond. Both people onboard were uninjured and had...

Genav Groups Urge DOT To Address Airspace Congestion – Aviation International News

A coalition of six general aviation organizations on Wednesday sent a letter to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg urging the Department of Transportation to work with them on addressing what they called pressing congestion issues in the U.S. National Airspace System (NAS). The letter—signed by AOPA president Mark Baker, EAA chairman Jack Pelton, GAMA president Pete Bunce, HAI president James Viola, NATA...

NTSB investigating helicopter crash that killed six | News | loganbanner.com – The Logan Banner

NTSB investigating helicopter crash that killed six | News | loganbanner.com – The Logan Banner

BLAIR — The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating after a 60-year-old Vietnam era military helicopter crashed Wednesday, June 22, on W.Va. 17 near the foot of Blair Mountain, killing all six occupants. The helicopter was a 1962 Bell UH-1B, commonly known as a “Huey.” It was one of the earliest Huey helicopters to see action during the Vietnam War,...

NBAA Members Get Pilot Records Deadline Extension | Business Aviation News – Aviation International News

NBAA has secured a limited exemption for certain association members from the FAA requirement to begin reporting pilot records created on or after June 10 to the Pilot Records Database (PRD) within 30 days. The exemption applies to NBAA member companies conducting Part 91K and 135 operations that hold OpSpec A025 or MA205, respectively, for electronic training records. According to NBAA, the...