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November 2014, Vol. 9, Issue 9

Cover Story
NTSB’s analysis of how occupants fared after Asiana Airlines Flight 214 collided with a seawall points to research opportunities.
The NTSB is urging new steps to mitigate fatigue during overnight flights.
Civil aviation authorities must adapt to the latest 
SMS practices embraced by aviation service providers.
An unexpected pitch-up and near stall during an ILS approach led Dutch authorities to discover a previously unknown — and potentially dangerous — signal anomaly.
flight training
New guidance for improving flight path monitoring by pilots should help avoid accidents, working group says.
Helicopter Safety
An A109E pilot failed to see an unlighted crane shrouded in fog before his helicopter struck it, the AAIB says.
An on-board system in development would enable airline pilots to anticipate runway surface condition and braking capability.
Winter OPS
Deicing/anti-icing fluids guidance for winter 2014–2015 includes updates to manage risks of extremely cold conditions.
There is no "Air Mail" article for this issue.

NOV. 2–3 — Offshore/Onshore Aviation Conference and Exhibition.

NOV. 3–5 — 52nd annual SAFE Symposium

NOV. 8–9 — Aviation Training Congress China 2014

President's Message
You’ve probably read in AeroSafety World about the importance of safety data sharing in...
Editorial Page
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Data Link
Nearly half of all worldwide commercial jet airplane accidents during the 10-year period from 2004...
Info Scan
Websites Precautions Against Virus Ebola Guidance for Airlines: Interim Guidance about Ebola...
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....