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The 737 captain continued an unstabilized approach despite numerous warnings
by Mark Lacagnina
The NTSB expects its investigations of TCAS RAs to complement separate government-industry analyses of shared data.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Guidance material and proposed regulations target the risks in nonroutine operations.
Discover problems with instructions before you ask pilots to follow them.
by Hemant Bhana
More patience and new methods of presenting information could improve ATC communications with non-native English-speaking pilots.
by Linda Werfelman
Political pressures, traffic predictions and a stagnant accident rate rock the world of airline pilot preparation.
CASS presentations included those relevant to a recent fatal accident.
by Rick Darby
New technologies are supplementing traditional methods of keeping foreign object debris off runways.
The NTSB is pressing for enhanced CRM training, including lessons in how first officers should challenge their captains.
Right now, a lot of attention is being focused on issues like intentional noncompliance and the lack of professionalism. Some of the biggest and most powerful regulators are very worried.…
by William R. Voss
Explaining how flight crews mishandle aerodynamic stalls is a tough job in no small part because it must be admitted from the outset that the skills needed to survive stalls…
by J.A. Donoghue
Training Modifications The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing a “substantial and wide-ranging overhaul” of training for the crews of U.S. air carriers as part of a plan to…
U.S. scheduled airline and commuter operations had no fatalities in 2010.
High fidelity may not be the best measure of effective simulation training.
The 737 encountered a mountain wave on approach.