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Reduced-thrust takeoffs offer safety benefits, as well as economic benefits.
by Patrick Chiles
FSF symposium focuses attention on functional check flight safety.
by Mark Lacagnina
A fatal S-92A crash prompts a TSB call for action to keep large transport helicopters running for at least 30 minutes without main gearbox oil.
by Linda Werfelman
The World Food Programme is finding ways to reduce the risk of challenging operations.
by J.A. Donoghue
Serious injuries during turbulence influence the FAA’s latest advice.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Acting on subtle trouble clues is an essential element in the process of defeating developing risks.
by Thomas R. Anthony
The FAA aims for new inspection programs to keep airplanes with widespread fatigue damage out of the air.
A flight crew’s landing on a taxiway prompts calls to enhance ASDE-X, airport lighting and ATC communication.
Smoke Fire Fumes
Vibration monitoring preempts emission of smoke and burning odors by airplane cooling fans.
Over the past several years, Flight Safety Foundation has been pretty vocal on the broad topic of criminalization of human error. Things have been quiet on that front lately, so…
by William R. Voss
An aviation safety event that doesn’t harm people or equipment should be considered a learning experience, with, in the end, a positive outcome. A major exception to that rule is…
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A new organization aims to provide a global pilot training best practices clearinghouse.
by Robert B. Barnes
Over a 10-year period, U.K. operators had the highest reportable accident rate but the lowest serious incident rate.
by Rick Darby
Meteorology confronts a mysterious threat to flight safety.
An Airbus nearly overran a wayward Pilatus.