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For a group of advancing nations, better aviation risk management apparently is paying off.
by Arnold Barnett
LOSA data show that purposely skipping a checklist or ducking under a glideslope can lead…
by Linda Werfelman
A pilot may not see the wind, but the wind ‘sees’ the pilot.
by Ed Brotak
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Flight Training
Latest defenses against loss of control–in flight, years in the making, leave stakeholders impatient for…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Minimum equipment lists need maximum vigilance.
by Mario Pierobon
BARS refines Rio Tinto’s control of diverse flight operations at remote mining sites.
My natural inclination is to look forward to the next things we can do at…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President and CEO
“Two Parties Start Work to Avoid Repeat Crisis”
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
DEC. 2–5 — 7th Triennial International Aircraft Fire and Cabin Safety Research Conference. U.S. Federal…
by Flight Safety Foundation
ICAO Safety Plans | Green Light for PEDs | Language Proficiency Check | and more…
An ATSB analysis of five years of stall warnings finds
that weather was the primary…
Midair Collisions (MAC), InfoScan
Loss of separation events occur about every
three days in Australian airspace, the ATSB says.
An improperly installed fuselage skin panel came loose at 34,000 ft.
by Mark Lacagnina