Preliminary Information on Aircraft Icing and Winter Operations

Dillingham, Gerald L.
February 2010
GAO Reports;2/24/2010, preceding p1
Government Documents
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports on the preliminary information on aircraft icing and winter weather operations. It presents the challenges identified by GAO related to winter weather aviation operations such as improving timeliness of Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) winter weather rulemaking efforts and ensuring that pilot training is thorough and realistic. Moreover, other initiatives concerning the improvement of aviation safety are also discussed.


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