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July 2016, Vol. 11, Issue 6

Unauthorized UAS flights near U.S. wildfires — about 33 in 18 months —
pose untenable risks for air and ground responders.
Pressing on in a blinding deluge, the pilots were searching for the runway when the ATR 72 impacted a residential area.
In issuing a new rule for operators of small UAS, the FAA is clearing the way for unmanned systems to share the airspace with traditional aircraft.
Cabin Safety
More information is needed to enable the analysis of health risks associated with contaminants in bleed air, an FAA report says.
flight training
FAA simulator requirements enable acceptably realistic recoveries from full stalls and upsets in commercial jets.
Recent missteps in accident response have fueled calls for global reorganization of SAR.
The 747 freighter was doomed when a massive military vehicle broke free in the cargo hold.
President's Message
Aviation safety is both an individual and a shared responsibility. The decisions and actions of...
Editorial Page
Airbus forecast in July that $1.8 trillion will be spent on commercial aviation maintenance, repair...
Foundation Focus
Earlier this year, Flight Safety Foundation’s Basic Aviation Risk Standard (BARS) Program...
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European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) member state (MS) operators of commercial air transport (CAT...
On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future....