Recent Examples of aviation from the Web
In the wake of that time-consuming and expensive recovery effort, many in the aviation industry and regulators began calling for flight data to be made more easily recoverable after a crash.
At that point motion simulators were only available to the military and commercial aviation.
Still, these sums, while adding up to the most expensive search in aviation history, are less than half the cost of a single Boeing 777.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently recommended that the U.N. agency that sets global aviation standards prohibit passengers from putting laptops and other large personal electronic devices in their checked bags.
The pressure is continuing to mount for Kobe Steel as the U.S. aviation watchdog begins looking into the impact of the fake data scandal.
This wouldn’t be the first time the aviation industry has cut back on crews.
Hayes said acquiring Rockwell Collins, which was first discussed in the late 1980s, is in response to competitive pressures within the aviation industry and rising airline traffic as a middle class grows in former Third World nations.
Farbstein said, referring to intelligence reports warning of an increasing risk of terrorists targeting airplanes and the aviation industry.
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Origin and Etymology of aviation
First Known Use: 1865See Words from the same year
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