US – National Transportation Safety Board News – 22 March 2015

A summary of this weeks activity and downloadable files of new reports published by the self-proclaimed, “world’s premier independent agency for accident investigation.”

PRESS RELEASES ISSUED THIS WEEK – 5

AVIATION SAFETY RECOMMENDATION LETTERS ISSUED THIS WEEK – 0

AVIATION MISHAP REPORTS ISSUED THIS WEEK – 40

  • New reports released this week – 40
  • Revised reports released this week – 0

AVIATION PRELIM REPORTS RELEASED THIS WEEK – 8 – AVG LATENCY 93 DAYS

AVIATION FACTUAL REPORTS RELEASED THIS WEEK – 1

  • Field Investigations (NTSB) – 1 (100%) – Avg Latency 799 Days After Event
  • Limited Investigations (delegated to FAA) – 0 (0%) – Avg Latency 0 Days After Event
  • Data collection reports (CA) – 0 (0%) – Avg Latency 0 Days After Event
  • Incident report (IA) – 0 (0%)
  • Other (public use, foreign, etc.) – 0 (0%)
  • Number of factual reports more than one year old issued this week – 1

REPORTS OF PROBABLE CAUSE RELEASED THIS WEEK – 31 NEW – 0 REVISED

SUMMARIES OF NEW REPORTS:

 

49th ANNUAL SMU AIR LAW SYMPOSIUM – March 26, 2015

49th ANNUAL SMU AIR LAW SYMPOSIUM
March 25-26, 2015, Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas, 221 East Las Colinas Blvd., Irving, Texas 75039
Come see why this is the oldest and largest aviation law symposium.  Some of the finest speakers in the business will be there along with luxurious accommodations and unprecedented networking opportunities.

The Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas offers the Dallas area’s largest guest room accommodations, contemporary amenities, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, a full-service day spa and salon and a world-class art collection. The hotel is easily convenient to both DFW and Love Field. Phone (888) 444-OMNI (6664) or (972) 556-0800 for room reservations

For symposium registration phone 214 768 2570, fax 214 768 3946 or online at this link

Here’s a small sample of the many fine presentations expected at this years symposium:

Jerome L. Skinner, Skinner Aviation Law Offices – Solicitation: Offshore and Out of Bounds
David M. Schoeggl, Lane Powell PC – Pro Bono for Aviation Lawyers
Kimberly R. Gosling, Morrison & Foerster LLP – Surface to Air: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 and Loss Recovery by States for Civilian Aircraft Shootdowns
Nelson Camacho, Fitzpatrick & Hunt, Tucker, Collier, Pagano, Aubert, LLP – Criminalization of Aviation Accidents – Words Can Hurt . . .

Panel – Ethics—Panel – Rules of Conduct and the Aviation Practitioner: What Flies and What Does Not
Panelists:
Gerald C. Sterns –Law Office of Sterns & Walker (moderator)
John G. Browning – Passman & Jones, P.C.
Richard G. Grotch – Coddington, Hicks & Danforth APC
Thomas P. Routh – Nolan Law Group

US – National Transportation Safety Board News – 15 March 2015

A summary of this weeks activity and downloadable files of new reports published by the self-proclaimed, “world’s premier independent agency for accident investigation.”

PRESS RELEASES ISSUED THIS WEEK – 1

AVIATION SAFETY RECOMMENDATION LETTERS ISSUED THIS WEEK – 0

AVIATION MISHAP REPORTS ISSUED THIS WEEK – 98

  • New reports released this week – 93
  • Revised reports released this week – 5

AVIATION PRELIM REPORTS RELEASED THIS WEEK – 35 – AVG LATENCY 12 DAYS

AVIATION FACTUAL REPORTS RELEASED THIS WEEK – 100

  • Field Investigations (NTSB) – 2 (20%) – Avg Latency 545 Days After Event
  • Limited Investigations (delegated to FAA) – 4 (40%) – Avg Latency 416 Days After Event
  • Data collection reports (CA) – 4 (40%) – Avg Latency 29 Days After Event
  • Incident report (IA) – 0 (0%)
  • Other (public use, foreign, etc.) – 0 (0%)
  • Number of factual reports more than one year old issued this week – 4

REPORTS OF PROBABLE CAUSE RELEASED THIS WEEK – 49 NEW – 3 REVISED

SUMMARIES OF NEW REPORTS:

 

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