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Mechanical Issues, Maintenance Matters
An influx of counterfeit parts has prompted an industry group to recommend ways of curbing…
by Linda Werfelman
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Cover Story
Faced with an imminent overrun, a Hawker captain attempted a go-around.
by Mark Lacagnina
Journalists are rightly concerned about “libel chill,” the threat of litigation used to discourage investigative…
by Barry Wiszniowski
Simulations show how child restraint systems work, but lack of injury-exposure data impedes policy insights.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Every now and then even the best tools result in little more than a guess.
by Ed Brotak
GPS specialists race the clock to resolve concerns about harmful interference from a new U.S.…
A Flight Safety Foundation report is proposing guidelines to identify IAPs that could be decommissioned.
Corporate operators have little guidance for modifying manufacturers’ checklists.
by David M. Bjellos
Loss of control accidents have safety experts looking closely at stall prevention and recovery training.
by J.A. Donoghue
One mission of this organization is to represent the global aviation safety community in the…
by William R. Voss
One of the toughest jobs connected with aviation safety is trying to convince operators that…
Control-Tower Supervision Air traffic controllers should not be permitted to work as supervisors at the…
The global demand for raw materials has caused a significant growth in mining operations, with…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Runway conditions were only one factor in excursions, U.K. data show.
by Rick Darby
The first error is trying to define human error.
Business jet was slow to accelerate for takeoff, then could not be stopped.