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Best practices plus updated avionics equal fewer takeoffs and landings on a wrong runway or…
by Michel Trémaud
Standardization adds cautionary notes to more U.S. airport diagrams and airport/facility directories.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Tire debris disabled sensors, causing a Learjet 60 to accelerate during a high-speed rejected takeoff.
by Mark Lacagnina
Many pilots and maintenance technicians don’t realize that routine tire-pressure checks are crucial to safe…
by Linda Werfelman
Surveys measure an increase in pilots’ use of strategic lateral offset procedures.
Foundation explores effectiveness of head-up guidance system technology in accident prevention.
Review of in-flight use of automated external defibrillators yields a more realistic picture of who…
Building a completely new airport in the United States is not an easy thing to…
by J.A. Donoghue
I had the pleasure of recently attending a conference on fatigue risk management systems (FRMS)…
by William R. Voss
For a domestic operator, the United States provides one of the largest contiguous airspaces in…
Misinterpreting the Stick Shaker? I read the article “Startled and Confused” (ASW, 3/10, p. 20)…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Out of the Ashes | Australia’s PBN Plans | Cockpit Distractions | and more …
A survey of flight attendants reveals safety concerns about passenger carry-on baggage.
by Rick Darby
ICAO’s English-language proficiency standardization efforts still leave room for improvement.
by Rick Darby and Patricia Setze
An A320 continued descending after the flight crew initiated a go-around at decision height.