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In an article comparing constant-angle, nonprecision, straight-in instrument approach procedures (IAPs) with “dive-and-drive” (stepdown) IAP…
by Alan Gurevich
Despite safety progress, the U.S. air tour industry must resolve duty time, flight surveillance and…
by Linda Werfelman
Thorough U.S. aviation medical examiners ultimately save time, money and airman medical certificates of pilots.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Study finds need for frequent reinforcement of the principles of fatigue countermeasures.
Airlines take a fresh look at all first officer training through the lens of their…
A copilot trainee inadvertently selected ground idle thrust on final approach.
by Mark Lacagnina
Specialized aviation weather services aim to make information for pilots more accurate and more accessible.
by Ed Brotak
When the position of president and CEO of Flight Safety Foundation became available, it was…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
As parents, we’d all like to think that there is nowhere safer for our children…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
JUNE 10–11 — 2014 Safety Forum: Airborne Conflict. Flight Safety Foundation, Eurocontrol, European Regions Airline…
by Frank Jackman
Underwater Search | Air Ambulance Rules | Information Sharing | and more …
Approximately 61 percent of all commercial aviation accidents in 2013 occurred during the approach and…
by FRANK JACKMAN
Reports Annual Safety Report 2013 U.K. Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB). 77 pp. Figures, indexes,…
by LINDA WERFELMAN
Fuel leak resulted from partial separation of a fuel flow transmitter.
by MARK LACAGNINA