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April 2015, Vol. 10, Issue 3

Safety requires that humans — not technology — take the lead.
Relative-safety factors influence flight crews to perform far fewer missed approaches than predicted by the incidence of unstabilized approaches.
human Factors
Researchers assess the impact of fatigue-mitigation guidance on ULR pilots’ sleepiness.
The pilot was using a personal computer when the Citation CJ2 stalled. The aircraft then rolled several times before he regained control.
Strategic issues
Regulations presume that optimized full flight simulators will enable the extended-envelope training soon to be required of U.S. airline pilots.
FAA outlines the proposed regulatory framework for flights of small UAS aircraft.
Helicopter Safety
The U.K. CAA says it sees a substantial safety improvement in North Sea helicopter operations.
accident investigation
Interim report details efforts to learn what became of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

For Your Safety

During the past few years, certain airlines have incurred substantial expense in using various techniques, especially videos, to improve the quality of cabin and flight safety announcements.

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President's Message
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Editorial Page
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Data Link
The number of commercial air transport accidents and fatal accidents worldwide both declined in...
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....