Flight Safety Logo

FSF E-Mail Subscription Service

This is a free service to receive notification of the most current Flight Safety Foundation publications, news releases, seminars and other special events by e-mail. Please provide your contact information and select your areas of interest in the fields below. Fields marked with an * and in red are required.

After submitting this form you will receive a confirmation e-mail - click on the link contained in the e-mail to confirm you are subscribed to our E-mail Subscription Service.

Already a subscriber? Login here to change your status or info.

Email *

First Name *

Last Name *

Job Title *

Company *

Business Type *






Work Phone

Subscribe to:
AeroSafety World
Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar (CASS)
European Aviation Safety Seminar (EASS)
International Air Safety Seminar (IASS)
News Releases
Other Events
Special Announcements and Other Information

Privacy Policy: Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) is committed to using responsibly any private information submitted by visitors to its site: flightsafety.org. The Foundation is the sole owner of information collected on this site and will not sell, share or rent this information to others in ways different from what is disclosed in its privacy statement. For more information, review our entire Privacy Statement.

June 2016, Vol. 11, Issue 5

Renewed government-industry collaboration targets U.S. runway incursions, including those tied to ATC operational incidents.
Pressing on in a blinding deluge, the pilots were searching for the runway when the ATR 72 impacted a residential area.
Helicopter Safety
Investigators cite ineffective monitoring and failing to acquire outside visual references as factors in the 2013 crash of a North Sea Super Puma.
threat analysis
Latest prediction and detection capabilities prompt rewrites of guidance for avoidance.
flight training
Adjustments in training could help address safety risks and expand the pool of new regional pilots, advocates say.
The ongoing problem of spatial disorientation impacts all segments of aviation.

First, it has taken much too long for the International Civil Aviation Organization to accept that air shipment of lithium ion batteries is a very risky practice, both to those on the airplane and to those over whom it flies (ASW, 3/16, p. 8). There are enough examples of lithium ion battery fires — in personal items and mass-packaged cargo shipments — to put to rest any question about how dangerous they are.

JUNE 7–8 —  2016 Safety Forum

JUNE 8–9 —  Global Safety Information Project (GSIP) Workshop

JUNE 9–10 —  Global Safety Information Project (GSIP) Workshop

President's Message
It’s hard to believe that we’re already approaching the halfway point of the year, but...
Editorial Page
The world’s most thorough, publicly available analysis of commercial aviation accident...
Data Link
Controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) accidents in the commercial air transport industry declined...
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....