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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
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