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Updated geospatial data for terrain elevation and obstacles extend aviation safety margins.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Mechanical Issues, Causal Factors
Improper use of connection hardware began a chain reaction that led to the crash of…
by Linda Werfelman
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Flight Ops
As reported in the first article in this series (ASW, 2/13), Flight Safety Foundation analyzed…
by J. Martin Smith, David W. Jamieson and William F. Curtis
Brazil is leading in the development of responsible programs for teaching aviation English.
by Elizabeth Mathews
GSIP Related Articles, Threat Analysis
Vulnerability-discovery methods of ASIAS gain acceptance across national borders.
Lithium-ion batteries commonly used in portable electronic devices, like cell phones, laptops and cameras, have…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President & CEO
The aviation industry is the safest it has ever been, but must be improved to…
by Kenneth P. Quinn
The mere prospect of sequestration was supposed to be so unspeakably horrible that even a…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
APRIL 9–11 — Heliport Evaluation Course. U.S. Department of Transportation, Transportation Safety Insititute. Okahoma City,…
by Rick Darby
The article (ASW, 12/12–1/13) on the U.S. rules calling for increased experience for pilots seeking…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Boeing 787 Plans Approved | War Against the Wind | R44 Fuel Tanks | and…
A study of flight risk assessment tools found strong support from their users.
Human factors includes the non-technical skills needed for an SMS.
Emergency medical services flight encountered fog at destination.
by Mark Lacagnina