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July 2015, Vol. 10, Issue 6

Curable medical, psychological or cognitive problems often underlie a pilot’s substandard performance, creating a legal and ethical duty to mitigate the safety risks.
SAFETY culture
Concentration on SMS — without a counterbalancing reliance on regulatory enforcement — can leave safety risks unaddressed, accident investigators say
Strategic issues
Regional airlines find training benefits in exchanging flight data analyses and risk mitigations with major airline partners.
Helicopter Safety
The Foundation’s Basic Aviation Risk Standard program takes aim at offshore helicopter safety.
International aviation organizations revise guidelines for in-flight medical care.
Weather conditions — especially fog and low clouds that reduce visibility — are common factors in CFIT crashes.
There is no "Air Mail" article for this issue.

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President's Message
In November 2014, in conjunction with Flight Safety Foundation’s 67th annual International...
Editorial Page
It is increasingly difficult to discuss aviation safety without also discussing data. The industry...
Data Link
No fatal accidents related1 to air navigation services (ANS) were reported involving commercial air...
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....