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Will U.K. airports be ready for another winter onslaught?
by David Thomas
Along with their advantages, NVGs also have limitations, and pilots and operators must be thoroughly informed about both.
by Clarence E. Rash
‘Emotional Intelligence’ means being aware of an entire crew’s mental state, not just your own.
by Shari Frisinger
Spatial disorientation turned a minor upset into a major accident.
by Mark Lacagnina
A Foundation-backed project will use FOQA data to fight HEMS safety risks.
by Linda Werfelman
Dual HGS, practical stall scenarios and unreliable-airspeed rehearsals help pilots manage risk of airplane loss of control.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Investigators can’t determine why five crewmembers and a number of passengers on an A319 became ill.
Amid negotiations for the reunification of Cyprus, risks of pilot confusion persist in the Nicosia FIR.
Pilots must be prepared for bird strike avoidance and damage control.
by Paul Eschenfelder and Russ Defusco
About once a year I find a need to use a famous quote. This time the urge came to me as I read a detailed analysis of the human factors…
by William R. Voss
Not long ago I would write stories fairly regularly about aviation training, probably a couple each year. One of the most dependable recurring themes I would hear from training providers…
by J.A. Donoghue
Mexican Downgrade | Rudder Pedal Limitations | Proposed Penalties | and more …
Fatal accident rate for 2000–2009 also shows improvement.
by Rick Darby
Some light-airplane pilots are not fully trained for electronic displays.
by Rick Darby and Patricia Setze
Ditching the A320 on the river was the only viable option after a bird strike.