NTSB report highlights dangers of underground construction
- NTSB investigates near collision of 747, Metro 3 on approach to JFK. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/15/1989, Vol. 130 Issue 20, p70
Discusses the National Transportation Safety Board's investigation of the near collision of a Pocono Airlines Metro 3 aircraft and a Trans World Airlines 747 on approach to Kennedy International Airport on April 23. Also being investigated is whya Cessna 414 flew within 1,200 feet of a Pan Am...
- NTSB investigates fan-blade failure on Northwest Airlines DC-10. Phillips, E.H. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/21/1989, Vol. 131 Issue 8, p93
Discusses a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigation of the in-flight shutdown of the No. 2 engine of a Northwest Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10 on August 9, which was caused by the failure of a first-stage fan blade.
- The National Transportation Safety Board. // Automotive Industries;Jul97, Vol. 177 Issue 7, p31
Reports that the United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) wants automobile manufacturers to install `black box' recorders in passenger vehicles. Reason the NTSB made this decision; Data that would be provided by this flight recorder-like device.
- NTSB recommends changes. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/7/84, Vol. 120 Issue 15, p34
NTSB recommends changes to improve airport safety. The National Transportation Safety Board's 18-month study of the safety at the nation's airports concluded with 21 recommendations to the FAA, 6 of which deal with fueling procedures and 5 with firefighting and emergencies.
- National Transportation Safety Board review. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;9/29/86, Vol. 125 Issue 13, p111
Continuation of National Transportation Safety Board report of June, 1983, Air Canada Flight 797 aft lavatory fire. Continuity checks, tests, fire research, operational and air traffic control procedures, passenger interviews.
- Investigation of Air Canada fire. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/20/86, Vol. 125 Issue 16, p141
Part 7 of the National Transportation Safety Board's investigation of the June, 1983, aft fire aboard an Air Canada DC-9-32. This portion reviews the flight handoff and crew performance, reviews evidence and testimony regarding landing and evacuation. Casual factors of the fire were reviewed,...
- National Transportation Safety Board study. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/27/86, Vol. 125 Issue 17, p75
The eighth and final part of the National Transportation Safety Board's investigation into the June 1983 aft lavatory fire aboard an Air Canada/McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32. Conclusions of investigation, probable cause of fire, recommendations response.
- Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Gilbert, Gordon A. // Business & Commercial Aviation;May98, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p26
Reports that between 1983-1998 there has been more than 250 turbulence -related incidents on major airlines, resulting in fatalities and injuries, according to the United States National Transportation Safety Board. Commendations granted to American Airlines and United Airlines; What the...
- On the Records: BEECH 35-C33A DEBONAIR. // Flying;Jul2008, Vol. 135 Issue 7, p41
An excerpt from the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board summaries of general aviation accidents in the United States is presented.