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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.
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.
The U.K. CAA says it sees a substantial safety improvement in North Sea helicopter operations.
Interim report details efforts to learn what became of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
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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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