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An overwater departure on a dark, stormy night ends in the Mediterranean.
by Mark Lacagnina
Report urges awareness, education and data-gathering to combat fatigue among aviation maintenance personnel.
by Linda Werfelman
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Safety Culture
A three-step process for managing anomalous events — and maintaining aircraft control.
by Chris Nutter and Thomas Anthony
A notice to airmen that spacecraft fragments could fall through European airspace prompted a quick risk assessment.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
GSIP Related Articles, Safety Oversight
Visualization of synthesized safety data confirms the theories of analysts and investigators.
A new law sets a timetable for incorporating unmanned aircraft into U.S. airspace.
A captain who makes the cockpit environment acrimonious can be a safety risk.
by Robert I. Baron
Air Traffic Safety Action Program reports boost the quantity and quality of NASA’s ASRS database content.
NTSB cites pilot determination to return to home base in connection with two fatal EMS helicopter crashes in 2010.
In the last issue, I wrote about some of the high points of what we are doing at Flight Safety Foundation. This month, I am going to go a little…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Editorial Page
Let’s face it: Go-arounds are inconvenient. They make you late, burn more gas, complicate air traffic situations and often scare the heck out of your passengers, who probably think you…
by J.A. Donoghue
Fatigue Survey Jeppesen is planning an industry-wide survey later this year to gather fatigue data from pilots and cabin crewmembers; the data ultimately will be used as part of a…
A line operations safety audit at IranAir pinpoints safety issues and leads to solutions.
by Rick Darby
The United States is collaborating with Europe on ATC modernization, but some industry skepticism remains.
Pilots were distracted by a ‘sudden surge in cockpit workload’ during line-up.