The National Civil Aviation Administration’s (ANAC) General Aviation Department (DAG) issued a warning about the procedures that maintenance depot should consider for the inspection of the landing gear selector valve in general aviation aircraft.
The Civil Aviation Accident Investigation Board (JIAAC) formally began the investigation process of the occurrence that involved the aircraft Mitsubishi MU2 registration LV-MCV, after being notified of its finding, last Saturday, 19 August, at approximately 5:40 pm. The aircraft was reported missing since last 24 July. The investigation procedure was immediately activated in compliance with […]
The ANAC will include information on current regulations regarding accidents in the documentation addressed to those responsible for “Reported Fit Places (LAD).” It was in response to a JIAAC SR requesting the development of a training plan to transfer minimum knowledge at the time of authorization.
August 2, 2017 Airclub Río de la Plata, in Ezpeleta, informed that they will interrupt the informal procedure that the pilots have been following for the incorporation to the air transit circuit in Ezpeleta Aerodrome, so as to closely follow what is stated in the MADHEL. The resolution will be effective at least “until the […]
July 31, 2017 Operation under visual flight rules requires information about the presence of air traffic, especially in non-controlled public aerodromes. This is essential for pilots to make a comprehensive control of the situation. New Safety Report. JIAAC published a new Safety Report (see in: https://jiaac.gob.ar/files/55366-16.pdf) that includes recommendations addressed to the National Civil Aviation […]
The results of the investigation of an accident occurred during an inspection and oversight airwork operation, helped create new Safety Recommendations (SR) that aim at making improvements in general aviation and strengthening the defensive barriers.
With the objective of publishing the mechanisms for the notification of aviation accidents or incidents of all categories in due time and form, JIAAC created a short step-by-step guide especially addressed to aviation authorities and air service providers. Although deficiencies in the notification of events fit for investigation have no direct impact on the Safety […]
JIAAC published new Safety Recommendations (SR) especially oriented to the area of pilot instructors training and education. Their objective is to reinforce concepts such as flight path or abnormal runway contact, as well as aspects related to staff certification process.
JIAAC released new Safety Recommendations addressed to the National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC) and to the operator of a crashed aircraft, in relation to its maintenance.
The Civil Aviation Accident Investigation Board informs about the new procedure for accident or incident investigations exclusively involving experimental aircraft, with alphanumeric registration followed by the suffix X.