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We wanted to bring to the surface some safety issues of current concern to our…
by FSF Editorial Staff
New report from the FSF Go-Around Decision-Making and Execution Project advocates application
of critical research…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
General aviation operators should look to the airlines for proven accident-prevention strategies.
by Dale Wilson and Gerald Binnema
Design and phraseology are keys to the production of safe and effective checklists.
by Mario Pierobon
The 737 captain’s stress level was ‘interfering with his cognitive functioning,’ accident investigators say.
by Linda Werfelman
ATC/ATM, Traffic Control
Spanish air traffic controllers in the Canary Islands target risk factors for large height deviations…
The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) in the United States anticipates adding another six or…
by Frank Jackman
Did you make it to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in November for our annual…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
Beginning on page 12 [of the printed edition], you’ll find an article that our editorial…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
DEC. 7–9 — AAAE Runway Safety Summit. American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE). Salt Lake…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Icing Standards Upgraded | Proposed Penalty | and more …
The ATSB reports 14 commercial air transport accidents
in 2013 and a rising number of incidents.
Flight crew received no warning that a pitot probe heater had failed.
by Mark Lacagnina