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The Falcon 900 did not overrun by much, but the damage was serious.
by Mark Lacagnina
Directive targets frozen controls in Citations.
Airports Council International pioneers an affordable, peer-to-peer safety initiative.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Aviation industry specialists are exploring more dependable ways of locating aircraft flight recorders.
by Linda Werfelman
Senior management can make, or break, a safety culture.
by Mario Pierobon
Advance review of procedural change implications helps make sure they work for, not against, safety.
by Bart J. Crotty
Runway Safety (Conflicts), Airport Ops
Voluntary use of ADS-B transmitters on U.S. airport ground vehicles will reduce risks.
Pilots need specific guidelines for deciding how much to rely on automation, an EASA official…
Seminar speakers point at simple solutions for familiar risks that refuse to go away.
by J.A. Donoghue
On March 8, the Royal Aeronautical Society, Washington Branch, presented its Trans-Atlantic Leading Edge Award…
by William R. Voss
The aviation industry is, to me, a magical place, where very smart people cooperate with…
by J.A. Donoghue, Editor-in Chief, AeroSafety World
I am composing this article at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, located in the…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt
Know Your Systems • Wind Farm Turbulence
by Flight Safety Foundation
A380 Oil Leaks An investigation has identified high oil-feed pipe deflection loads as a significant…
Six CDs packed with information for business aviation managers and staff.
In U.S. en route operational errors, the probability of resolution increases when risk is highest.
by Rick Darby
Safety culture can be envisioned as a pyramid with safety values at the base.
Data-entry error yielded an approach speed that was too low.