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Shifting aeromedical requirements could lead to new methods of dealing with mental health.
by Linda Werfelman
European researchers analyze hand-flying issues in simulators as flight crews respond to unexpected threats during…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Flight Training
Delta Air Lines and Aviation Performance Solutions prepare 16 flight simulator instructors to design fleet‑specific…
Despite its focus on data, SMS must also emphasize the human element in safety, specialists…
United Airlines equates casual noncompliance with stabilized approach criteria to NASA’s acceptance of risks before…
Certain types of lighting may help birds recognize — and avoid — approaching aircraft, researchers…
Is the runway pavement really there?
by Todd Gressick
Lithium Batteries, Cabin Safety
Cabin crews are the first line of defense against as PED use explodes.
by Frank Jackman
In early June, Flight Safety Foundation is co-presenting in Brussels a two-day safety forum on…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
The United Nations faces many challenges for its humanitarian flight from lack of security, poor…
by Greg Marshall
Everyone in commercial aviation, and many experienced travelers, likely realize that safety is the primary…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
JUNE 2–3 — Operational Safety Forum: Safety and Automation in Aviation. Flight Safety Foundation, EUROCONTROL…
by FSF Editorial Staff
Correcting Wrong-Airport Landings | Offshore Helicopter Safety Plan | and more …
Reports of deteriorating weather in Antarctica came too late to turn back.
by Mark Lacagnina