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A new control law in flight guidance computers will reduce non-safety-critical TCAS RAs, Airbus says.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Commercial jet accident rates were good in 2010, just not better.
by James M. Burin
The Tu-154 pilot knew that the approach was unsafe but was strongly motivated to land.
by Mark Lacagnina
‘Walking the talk’ and adapting to culture helped the civil aviation authority to convert skeptics.
Professionalism and integrity are the last barriers against unapproved or unwise short cuts.
by Robert I. Baron
The NTSB cites misstatement of empty weight as a cause of a fatal S-61N crash; the operator disagrees.
by Linda Werfelman
Fire-induced phenomena are rare but threatening for aviation.
by Ed Brotak
Straying outside the protected areas can be fatal.
by Dick McKinney and Erik Reed Mohn
Proposed modifications of rules governing air ambulance helicopters should help prevent accidents, supporters say.
Italian authorities embrace information-sharing to help mitigate runway incursions.
During a recent trip to Africa and the Middle East, I found myself in some situations that reminded me how important it is for each airline, and this industry, to…
by William R. Voss
Who doesn’t like and welcome praise for a job well done? Exactly, nobody. So when a mass news media magazine, U.S. News and World Report, came out with its own…
by J.A. Donoghue
Errors in Calculation | Fatigue Analysis | Air Taxi Training in CRM | and more …
Rudder-use training is increasing, but gaps in understanding persist.
by Rick Darby
Technical accident investigation and criminal proceedings can work at cross-purposes.
The Falcon’s wheel brakes overheated during a series of accelerate-stop runs.