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Safety risk management and a collaborative approach mitigate the risks.
by Gaël Le Bris
Two flight crews suddenly had little or no runway to spare.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Airports and ATC struggle to estimate and maximize runway friction in a variety of weather…
by Ed Brotak
Studies of in-flight medical emergencies aim to identify strategies for deciding when diversions are appropriate.
by Linda Werfelman
Inspection and compliance assessment are being enhanced to help organizations maximize SMS effectiveness.
by Simon Roberts and the Safety Management International Collaboration Group
Upset prevention and recovery training gains endorsements from airline pilots.
A pilot’s decision to continue a charter flight into IMC led to a fatal crash…
Anyone seeing the pictures of the smoldering wreckage of Asiana Flight 214 on a San…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President and CEO
Expect the unexpected. Plan for the worst. Be prepared. These are all variations on a…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
JULY 29–AUG. 2 — Fire and Explosion Investigation. Southern California Safety Institute. San Pedro, California,…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Asiana Crash | Separation Standards | Runway Safety Campaign | and more …
EASA states see a decline in fatal commercial air transport and general aviation accidents.
by Frank Jackman
The TSB’s annual report laments inaction
on key safety recommendations.
Fearing an imminent collision, the pilot rejected the takeoff
after the aircraft had accelerated through V1
by Mark Lacagnina