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Remotely piloted aircraft warrant a new CRM.
by David Royo and Thomas Anthony
Social media pressures and expanded use of portable electronic devices disrupt conventional cabin safety.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
There’s more to aviation English than radio conversations between pilots and air traffic controllers.
by Elizabeth Matthews and Angela C. Albritton
When flights go smoothly, pilots’ minds tend to wander, study finds.
by Linda Werfelman
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Flight Training
Among the keys to global success will be accentuating the positive and eliminating the negative.
by Sunjoo Advani
Advancing airline pilot training increasingly means jettisoning obsolete and discredited practices, experts say.
The NTSB calls for new tests to prove lithium-ion battery installations in aircraft can mitigate…
Throughout the past year, Flight Safety Foundation has been focusing on several important issues, including…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
Twenty-five years ago, on July 19, 1989, a Douglas DC-10 crash landing in Sioux City,…
by Deborah A.P. Hersman
JULY 3 — Technology: Friend or Foe? The Introduction of Automation to Offshore Operations (Annual…
by FSF Editorial Staff
UAS Exemption Considered | Landing Performance Assessments | and more …
The number of runway excursion and ground collision accidents and serious incidents at Europe’s airports…
by Frank Jackman
Documents Manual on Aeroplane Upset Prevention and Recovery Training Doc 10011, AN/506, First Edition. International…
Pilot had an ‘insufficient appreciation’ of the risks posed by ground icing.
by Mark Lacagnina