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Automated, airplane-based reports help participating flight crews to avoid turbulence encounters.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Unforeseen turbulence encounters carry risk of serious incidents.
by Ed Brotak
Cabin Safety, Cabin Safety
Flight attendants working primarily on short-haul trips may be more prone to workplace accidents than…
by Linda Werfelman
Upset prevention, recognition and recovery specialists identify critical technical enhancements.
Industry experts foresee a day when UAS will rule the skies.
Shortages of qualified safety inspectors increasingly inhibit regulations.
by Mario Pierobon
Let me start with a heartfelt “Thank you!” to Kevin Hiatt. As you may know,…
by Kenneth J. Hylander | President and CEO (Acting)
It now is apparent that 2013 will go down as one of the safest years…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
MARCH 4–5 — Air Charter Safety Symposium. Air Charter Safety Foundation. Ashburn, Virginia, U.S. Bryan…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Ninety-one audits were conducted in 19 countries last year under the auspices of Flight Safety…
by Greg Marshall
Category 2 Rating for India | NTSB Pushes Helicopter Safety | and more …
2013 will go down in history as one of the safest years in commercial aviation.
by Frank Jackman
Researchers examine methods of planning
a simulator-based study of pilot workload management.
Perceiving that the A320 was still airborne, the crew decided to go around.
by Mark Lacagnina