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As airline pilots pursue manual-handling practice and startle resilience, a British captain suggests glider flying.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Whenever possible, UPRT by specially qualified instructors in all-attitude, all-envelope aircraft adds unique advantages.
by Rick Darby
A tired CRJ crew did not recognize that a go-around was in order after landing…
by Mark Lacagnina
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Flight Ops
Study urges improved training to help flight crews to better cope with go-arounds.
by Linda Werfelman
Different countries use vastly different criteria in setting the pass-fail threshold for pilots’ color vision…
Multi-crew pilot licensing programs fulfill ICAO’s proof-of-concept expectations at this early stage of development.
Once again, we have been reminded of the significance of our aviation system safety work,…
by Kenneth J. Hylander | President and CEO (Acting)
MAY 1 — ISASI Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter Spring 2014 Dinner/Meeting. International Society of Air Safety…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Global Flight Tracking | 787 Review | New Moves to Regulate UAS | and more…
Commercial aviation, including both jet and turboprop operations, suffered 16 fatal accidents in 2013 that…
by Frank Jackman
Upset by wind shear, an A319 stalled during approach.
The captain was focused on landing the 777 and
was slow to react when a…