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October 2014, Vol. 9, Issue 8

Cover Story
Inadequate monitoring of the flight instruments and misuse of the 777’s autoflight system led to a collision with a seawall at San Francisco.
FAA’s air traffic SMS unravels factors in pilots’ noncompliance with clearances and procedures.
The reinvention of ACAS II/TCAS II cloaks major advances in a familiar interface and enables rapid upgrades.
The pilot of an EC130 sightseeing flight and all four passengers were killed after the helicopter struck a Hawaiian mountainside.
NOVEMBER 11–14, 2014, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirate
Strategic issues
Assessments of air safety in sub-Saharan Africa cite 
achievements by states and operators but slow progress overall.
in sight
Some aging pilots struggle to respond appropriately to this insidious threat.
Study of pilots who died in aircraft accidents finds increasing use of legal and illegal drugs.
There is no "Air Mail" article for this issue.

OCT. 6–9 — 2014 Public Safety and Security Fall Conference

OCT. 9–10 — CANSO Africa Runway Safety Seminar

OCT. 13–17 — ISASI 2014 Seminar

President's Message
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Editorial Page
Foundation Focus
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Data Link
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Info Scan
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On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....