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The NTSB says pilots need better training to avoid unexpected bounced landings in MD-11s.
by Linda Werfelman
Dutch report on a high-speed rejected takeoff explores the ‘RTO dilemma.’
by Mark Lacagnina
The current 72-word definition is unwieldy and causes a dangerous default to ‘takeoff decision speed.’
Wireless broadband network proposes to solve proven risks of harmful interference to aviation GPS receivers.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Airlines welcome efficiency and safety benefits of ADS-B, but some can’t make the business case…
Lengthening the retesting interval may increase administrative efficiency, but it also raises safety concerns.
by Philip Shawcross
A stressful family life can affect performance in the cockpit.
by Patrick Chiles
Airlines analyze incidents to continuously redefine ‘training to proficiency’ for flight attendants.
Birds of prey are effective in the campaign against gulls, geese and other birds near…
by Steven D. Garber
ICAO introduces a campaign to reduce incursions, excursions and other runway accidents.
This is not a column I like writing, and I know I am going to…
by William R. Voss
We live in a technical world in which few of us have a good understanding…
by J.A. Donoghue
Guide to Managing Fatigue Three international aviation organizations have released a fatigue risk management systems…
As a newcomer to Flight Safety Foundation in July, I would like to introduce myself.…
by Rodolfo Quevedo
Glideslope deviation was the most frequent factor in unstabilized approaches in the latest C-FOQA analysis.
by Rick Darby
Flightpath: Aviation English for Pilots and ATCOs | Ionizing Radiation in Earth’s Atmosphere and in…
Many systems failed and several were degraded during an approach to Bangkok.