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Reconsidering how to respond to ash clouds.
by Thomas Withington
All five people in the LongRanger died when the helicopter crashed in IMC.
by Linda Werfelman
The crew was unaware that the A320’s angle-of-attack sensors were frozen.
by Mark Lacagnina
Despite wet snow on the runway, the A321 crew expected normal winter landing conditions.
by David Thomas
A new tool for assessing and reporting runway condition.
by Patrick Chiles
Mainline partners and the FAA expect lasting benefits from the proliferation of risk-management programs at U.S. regional airlines.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
New evidence of vulnerabilities challenges comfortable assumptions about airline pilot training and automation.
Despite a briefing and illustrated safety cards, passengers on an Embraer 195 were unsure of what to do while using an overwing exit.
This is my last column for 2010, so I thought I would relate some impressions from my last couple months of travel. Let’s start in Istanbul, Turkey, where I spoke…
by William R. Voss
Maybe it’s a consequence of too much information about the calamities that can befall this planet — comet and asteroid impacts, dramatic climate shifts, violent solar flares, volcanic winters and…
by J.A. Donoghue
Adding Another Barrier Against Incorrect Takeoff Data
by Flight Safety Foundation
SMS for Airlines | Technological Upgrade | Design Review | and more …
EASA member states had fewer accidents in 2009 than in previous years, but one airliner loss counted heavily.
by Rick Darby
Doctors want to ensure that parts of you fly safely.
Several critical systems were not available for the emergency landing.