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Experienced airline pilots have evolved strategies against automation complacency.
by Hemant Bhana
Aircraft designs incorporate systems to protect against direct and indirect damage.
by Clarence E. Rash
NTSB delves into theories of why airline pilots and air traffic controllers strayed from professional behavior.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
When a cloud is not a cloud, it becomes more of a hazard.
by Ed Brotak
A 737 stalled when a radio altimeter malfunction caused the autothrottle and autopilot to diverge during an approach to Schiphol.
by Mark Lacagnina
Many current safety challenges demand a renewed emphasis on airmanship, SOPs and lessons learned.
by Rick Darby
A comparison of differing regulatory efforts to control pilot fatigue.
by David Hellerström, Hans Eriksson, Emma Romig and Tomas Klemets
Regional summit focuses Pan American aviation leaders on loss of control, CFIT, unstabilized approaches and runway excursions.
by Edvaldo Pereira Lima
I think it is time for us to be honest with ourselves. With all that is going on in the world today, is aviation safety really that much of a…
by William R. Voss
Last year I bought a parachute, not because I wanted to jump out of a perfectly good airplane, but just in case my airplane suddenly was no longer perfectly good.…
by J.A. Donoghue
Data Fusion Directions | Charity Flights | and more …
by Linda Werfelman and Wayne Rosenkrans
Australian commercial aviation last year reversed unfavorable safety trends in two key areas.
Bacteria, rodents and insects are on the no-fly list.
by Rick Darby and Patricia Setze
The A320’s nose was raised too high after the hard touchdown.