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NTSB concern about confusion surrounding oversight of public aircraft operations prompts guidance and standardization.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Misconfigured MD-82 stalled on takeoff.
by Mark Lacagnina
Excel worksheets help airline safety officers to predict return-on-investment while proposing risk mitigations.
Most accident investigators lack the tools and training to analyze language-related factors in aviation accidents.
by Elizabeth Mathews
Proposals call for reworking familiar systems that fall short in mitigating aviation risks.
Saving a crippled A380.
by J.A. Donoghue
Data show a decline in U.S. helicopter accidents in 2001–2010, with an accident rate of…
by Clarence E. Rash
The flight path of the Bell 206L‑1 was characteristic of a pilot’s spatial disorientation and…
by Linda Werfelman
ICAO annual report measures progress in bolstering aviation safety.
It’s time to eliminate an age-old cause of fatal accidents: spatial disorientation.
by Randy Gibb, William Ercoline and Lauren Scharff
I spent a couple days in a seminar in Dubai discussing the future of training…
by William R. Voss
Training is a topic for endless discussion in the aviation community, and for good reason.…
New CAST Charter The U.S. Commercial Aviation Safety Team (CAST) has a new charter and…
Thai Airways flight operations safety analysis finds a reluctance to conduct go-arounds.
by Rick Darby
Evaluation of a flight attendant fatigue-fighting program shows promise.
Misunderstood taxi information and distraction led to a runway incursion.