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U.S. wake vortex science safely updates approach and departure concepts essential to NextGen capacity gains.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), 2012 Review
Accident numbers and rates decreased further in 2012, but CFIT is still a concern.
by James M. Burin
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Flight Ops
Studying the psychology of decision making during unstable approaches and why go-around policies are ineffective.
by J. Martin Smith, David W. Jamieson and William F. Curtis
‘Abrupt and unusual’ control movements led to the fatal crash of an EC135, the NTSB…
by LINDA WERFELMAN
The NTSB urges improved fire detection, suppression and containment systems to prevent injury and damage…
by Linda Werfelman
Should we be concerned if a storm is tropical, extratropical or something in between?
by Ed Brotak
GSIP Related Articles, Seminars IASS
Regional aviation leaders share expertise and operational safety intelligence on managing risks of projected growth.
On Jan. 1, I assumed the helm of the Flight Safety Foundation, the most respected…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt
Several years ago, my wife and I were flying to the U.S. Virgin Islands for…
by Frank Jackman
FEB. 7–8 — Emergency Response Planning and Crisis Management. Vortex Training Seminars. Denver. Stephanie Brewer,…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Proactive Safety | Proposed Penalties | 787 Grounding | and more …
As program participation increases, trends become more meaningful.
by Rick Darby
Has the safety management system concept been ‘oversold’?
G650 pilots received no warning of an incipient stall during a takeoff-performance evaluation.
by Mark Lacagnina