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Business aviation leaders urge aircraft operators to adopt best practices for reducing runway-excursion risks.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
EASA looks to streamline safety regulations for Europe’s general aviation community.
by Mario Pierobon
Advanced equipment could go a long way toward preventing helicopter accidents, safety experts say.
by Linda Werfelman
Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Unmanned Aircraft
The FAA’s proposal for regulating small unmanned aircraft systems embodies insights from overseeing public-aircraft UAS…
Unique UAS capabilities are expected
to boost accuracy in weather forecasting.
by Ed Brotak
National norms and customs play a role in defining aircraft operators’ safety cultures.
More than half of Flight Safety Foundation’s members are from the business aviation sector, which…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
Paolo Pettinaroli, a member of Flight Safety Foundation’s Board of Governors, turned the pain of…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
MAY 5 — FRMS (Fatigue Risk Management System) Basics. FRMS Forum. Luxembourg. <frmsforum.org>. MAY 5–7…
by FSF Editorial Staff
Cockpit Staffing | Streamlined UAS Procedures | and more …
The U.S. civil helicopter accident and fatal accident rates both declined sharply in 2014, which…
by Frank Jackman and Linda Werfelman
FAA manual examines programs that help build strong safety cultures.
After touching down at an excessive airspeed,
the light jet needed more runway than was…
by Mark Lacagnina