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April 2016, Vol. 11, Issue 3

The Next Level of Business Aviation Safety
Voluntary reports by U.S. aircraft dispatchers highlight miscommunication, task saturation and technical failures.
The pilots of an A320 tried a different way of solving a recurring flight control problem and were startled by the results.
Despite the influx of increasingly complex air traffic control technology, humans are still in charge.
Physicians attribute an injury to an airline pilot’s retina to an in-flight laser strike.
Common-sense recognition of everyday threats and self-auditing are first steps to making effective changes.
New standards for battery packaging may be on the horizon.
There is no "Air Mail" article for this issue.

APRIL 4–6 – 2016 CHC Safety and Quality Summit

APRIL 7–8 – 6th China Aviation Training and Education Summit (CATES) 2016

APRIL 14–15 – Global Safety Information Project (GSIP) Workshop

President's Message
The final report of the French aviation accident investigation agency, the Bureau d’Enqu...
Editorial Page
After Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) was shot down while flying over Ukraine and crashed,...
Data Link
One commercial air transport airplane from a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) member state...
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....