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Specialists updating the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid are ‘recalibrating’ a few technical details, its…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
GSIP Related Articles, Summits IASS
Operators, regulators and others in the Middle East are turning to safety data to keep…
by Frank Jackman
Without practice, pilots find that some flying skills — especially cognitive skills — grow weak.
by Linda Werfelman
Flight crews must consider many factors in deciding whether to order an evacuation.
by Shannon Forrest
NTSB investigators share first-hand insights into broadly applicable lessons from the Asiana Airlines Flight 214…
A Canadian evaluation of ATSB investigative processes
identifies flaws but also finds techniques to admire.
NTSB calls for new ways to recover flight data after a crash.
Hundreds of aviation safety professionals gathered in Montreal the first week in February at the…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
Just a few days before we went to press with this issue of AeroSafety World,…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
I would like to commend AeroSafety World for publishing an article (ASW, 11/14) related to…
by Flight Safety Foundation
MARCH 2–5 — HAI Heli-Expo 2015. Helicopter Association International. Orlando, Florida, U.S. <rotor.org>. MARCH 5–7…
by FSF Editorial Staff
FAA Orders Expansion of SMS The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a final…
Data show a slight decline in recent years
in the rate of bird strikes in…
The captain said that braking conditions unexpectedly became
‘very, very poor’ as the A320 neared…
by Mark Lacagnina