This is a history of flight inspection from 1926 to 1990. Flight inspection is provided by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ensure that the National Airspace System is the safest and most reliable system in the world. Flight inspection is a term used to define electronic airborne flight checks (quality assurance) of airway navigational ground-based radio aids and space-based satellites assuring their accuracy and performance. Under Public Law, the FAA is responsible for accomplishing these checks. The FAA performs flight inspection services in over 50 countries. Over 100 photos. Bibliography.
|Author||Scott A. Thompson|