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The crew ignored several terrain warnings as the unguided Superjet departed from the intended flight…
by Mark Lacagnina
After a string of deadly accidents, HEMS operators are seeing better days.
by Linda Werfelman
Predictable issues involving portable EFBs sometimes catch business aircraft pilots by surprise
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Pilots are being advised to take precautions against this year’s expected increase in solar radiation.
An effective fuel management program can enhance safety and efficiency.
by Mario Pierobon
Predictive tools hold promise for investigative authorities expanding their time-honored niche.
Did you know that Flight Safety Foundation counts more than 600 business aviation-related companies and…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President and CEO
AeroSafety World is a key tool for us at Flight Safety Foundation to keep in…
by David McMillan | Chairman
In February, a U.S. Coast Guard C-130 on approach to Kalaeloa Airport in Hawaii was…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
MARCH 11–15 — Aircraft Maintenance Investigation. Southern California Safety Institute. San Pedro, California, U.S. Denise…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Over the past six to eight weeks we have seen a multitude of articles, interviews…
by Rudy Quevedo | Director of Global Programs
787 Fire Source Identified | Runway Excursions | Cabin Altitudes Rising | and more …
More-realistic simulators, angle-of-attack displays, flight envelope protection and improved training could reduce upset aircraft accident…
by Richard L. Newman
The challenge is finding the most important pilot deviations in voluminous flight data.
by Rick Darby
Airbus pilots made opposite flight control inputs while initiating a go-around.