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Sophisticated analytical tools are available to enhance decision making.
by Mario Pierobon
More than 1,000 pilots are now flying with the new ICAO license.
by Heather Baldwin
Reports offer ‘how to’ guide to implementing LOSA in maintenance shops and on the ramp.
by Linda Werfelman
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Flight Ops
The first two articles in this series (ASW, 2/13 and ASW, 4/13) described our attempt to…
by J. Martin Smith, David W. Jameson and William F. Curtis
GSIP Related Articles, Seminars BASS
Flight and simulator data analyses seek to ameliorate risks such as unstable approaches.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
With a battery fix approved, Boeing 787s return to the air.
Cabin Safety, Cabin Safety
Appreciation for unspoken needs of flight attendants and passengers reshapes cabin safety training.
Much has been reported over the past two months concerning aviation issues in India. Safety,…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President and CEO
During my 30 years in journalism, I have been asked numerous times why the news…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
Let’s expand predictive technology.
by John M. Cox
JUNE 2–13 — Aviation Safety Management Systems. University of Southern California Aviation Safety and Security…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Reversing Overruns | Repair Station Oversight | Laser-Strike Protection Sought | and more …
The most common problem areas found in safety management system (SMS) implementation by commercial air…
by Frank Jackman
Two international aviation organizations synchronize accident rate information.
A wind shift and a prolonged touchdownwere among the factors that prevented a safe landing.
by Mark Lacagnina