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Runway Safety, ATC/ATM, Cover Story
Technologies focus on enhancing pilots’ visual perception and situational awareness during approach and landing.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Runway Safety, Airport Ops
Researchers suggest a new method of assessing runway incursions.
by Linda Werfelman
Safety Information Sharing and Protection, Data Sharing, Regional Safety
Safety data will help Asia and Pacific regions to ensure that initiatives address issues of…
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), Accident Investigation, Helicopter Safety, Winter/Challenging Ops
The occupants of a BO105 survived the crash but drowned in icy Canadian waters before…
Aviation Research, Winter/Challenging Ops
Water-repelling traits found in penguin feathers might someday be replicated on airplane wings to halt…
Lithium Batteries, Dangerous Goods
ICAO panel calls for ending cargo shipments of lithium ion batteries on passenger aircraft.
by Frank Jackman
No fatalities resulted from major accidents among the world’s commercial jet transport aircraft.
by Greg Marshall
In the aviation industry, one way we track the passing of time is by the…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
Lithium Batteries, Dangerous Goods, Editorial Page
In debating whether to prohibit the carriage of lithium ion batteries as cargo on passenger…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
For those who manage risk in aviation organizations, it can be irritating when simplistic news…
by MARK MILLA
FEBRUARY 8–12 – SMS Expanded Implementation Course. The Aviation Consulting Group. Honolulu. <tacgworldwide.com/safetymanagementsystems.htm>. FEBRUARY 16–21…
by FSF Editorial Staff
New Rules on Tracking | Automation Hazards | Registering sUAS | and more …
DataLink, General Aviation
General aviation accidents in Australia were up in 2014, but fatal accidents were down.
Runway Safety, Accident Investigation, On Record
The following information provides an awareness of problems that might be avoided in the future.…
by MARK LACAGNINA