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February 2015, Vol. 10, Issue 1

Cover Story
The pilots were looking out the windshield, anticipating visual contact with the runway, when the A300 descended below minimums at Birmingham.
The global, Western-built, commercial jet major accident rate falls to a new low.
‘Inadequate safety management’ cited in fatal 2013 crash of Alaska troopers’ AS350.
French DGAC’s research on ‘noncompliant approaches’ shows promise for increasing stabilized approaches.
CAST safety enhancements will help flight crews recognize — and respond immediately — to subtle overbank, deceleration and pitch threats.
New industry guidance describes the safest ways of transporting lithium batteries.
Flight tests are measuring the value of on-board sensors in detecting fatigue cracks.
U.S., Canadian safety-priority lists target new, old Issues.
There is no "Air Mail" article for this issue.

FEB. 2–5 — 2nd High-Level Safety Conference (HLSC/2)

FEB. 10–11 — Approach and Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR) Info Exchange

Feb. 12 — Maintenance and Engineering Safety Forum

President's Message
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Editorial Page
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) struck a...
Info Scan
Books Pilots in Command: Your Best Trip, Every Trip Pierson, Kristofer. Newcastle, Washington, U....
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....