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FOQA data can detect airports where runways are likely to be slippery and help pilots compensate.
by Joe Vizzoni
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Airport Ops, Winter/Challenging Ops
Aircraft braking coefficient is affected by liquid water in frozen runway contamination.
by Reinhard Mook
Governments and the aviation industry are finding ways to incorporate unmanned aircraft into shared airspace.
by Linda Werfelman
Researchers explore pilot impairment from severe startle, freezing and denial during unexpected critical events.
by Wayne Martin, Patrick Murray and Paul Bates
A fatal accident involving a Robinson R22 has prompted a call for revised certification requirements for light helicopters.
Two focused studies challenge today’s variations in airline practices and flight crew decision making.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
By now you may have heard that Harold Demuren, director general of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, has been fired. Demuren, who sits on the Foundation’s Board of Governors, had…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President & CEO
Next month, I am scheduled to give a presentation at the International Union of Aerospace Insurers’ (IUAI) annual general meeting. The topic is “2012: Blip or Step-Change.” This speaking engagement…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
A few months ago I left Flight Safety Foundation to return to a job in the U.S. federal government. I left with some regrets, but I had to give in…
by William R. Voss
‘Monitoring Matters’ | Call for Action | Risks of Corrosion Inhibitors | and more …
Canada’s runway incursions decreased in 2012, and runway excursions decreased even more.
by Rick Darby
Is over-specification of procedures a potential safety hazard?
An airliner on go-around and a business jet on departure came close together in an airport hot spot.
by Mark Lacagnina