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IATA’s global airline audit program evolves in ways not envisioned by U.S. accident investigators.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Passengers and aviation departments must close the gap between safety expectations and actual performance.
by Peter v. Agur Jr.
Airlines fault latest U.S. attempt to revise rules designed to combat fatigue.
by Mark Lacagnina
Wake, sleep and alertness measurements reveal a serious underestimation of cabin crew fatigue.
Transponder landing systems are designed for airports in areas with insufficient space for an ILS.
by Linda Werfelman
The S-76 crashed, killing eight people, after a hawk shattered the windshield and curtailed fuel…
New requirements call for increased global cooperation to improve proficiency in aviation English.
An oxygen cylinder burst and tore a hole through the fuselage of a 747.
With 2011 officially under way, I believe it is a good time to point out…
by William R. Voss
Usually a good indication that a fair compromise has been reached on a contentious issue…
by J.A. Donoghue
Let the FMC Help Calculate Takeoff Data I read Volker Pechau’s suggestion on incorrect takeoff…
by Flight Safety Foundation
ELT Inspections | Seats for Lap Children | Single European Sky | and more …
Pilot fatigue takes off before the aircraft does.
by Rick Darby
Auditors call the FAA air carrier oversight system conceptually sound but flawed in execution.
An arrestor bed saved a regional jet from plunging down a steep slope.