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Inadequate crew coordination, an unstabilized approach and spatial disorientation during a delayed go-around led to…
by Mark Lacagnina
Fatigue among maintenance technicians can be mitigated by fatigue reporting, bio-mathematical models and shift-change management.
by Mario Pierobon
Despite frequent warnings, an actual shortage of airline pilots would be the first since the…
by Linda Werfelman
ICAO moves closer to finalizing pilot training standards and guidance to reduce risk of loss…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
The NTSB wants to extend the ban on pilots using cell phones for personal purposes…
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), Strategic Issues
Inexpensive alternatives to step-down, nonprecision approach procedures reduce risk of CFIT accidents.
On May 15, during one of the semi-annual meetings of our Board of Governors, I…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President and CEO
Many of you are familiar with the fact that the Flight Safety Foundation has been…
by Susan Lausch | Senior Director, Membership
and Business Development
JULY 8–19 — Aircraft Accident Investigation. Southern California Safety Institute. San Pedro, California, U.S. Denise…
by Frank Jackman
Weather-Tower Markings | New Round for IOSA | Pushing for SES | and more …
In recent years, business aircraft have experienced runway excursions at a higher rate than commercial…
A GAO report says the FAA is making tradeoffs to reap earlier benefits of NextGen.
The captain’s reaction to an unexpected autopilot
pitch change resulted in an unsafe descent.