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Overshooting the touchdown zone and improperly using thrust reversers cause off‑end excursions, says a new…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
An AS350 B3 probably encountered a whiteout before its fatal crash into Antarctic pack ice,…
by Linda Werfelman
Employees who distrust their managers are less willing to share information about themselves and safety…
by Simon Bennett
The data-exchange firewalls between voluntary safety programs inhibit SMS effectiveness, says a U.S. airline’s director…
Low-level jet streams increase the potential for loss of aircraft control near the ground.
by Ed Brotak
The basic math is easy, but thoughtful effort is required to identify the correct data.
by William B. Johnson and Katrina Avers
More flight time doesn’t necessarily lead to improved performance, a new study says.
Several industry experts give their thoughts on what Bob Helmreich and Bryan Wyness meant to…
by Flight Safety Foundation
In a breakthrough that I would not have expected for years, the International Civil Aviation…
by William VossPresident and CEO
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), Editorial Page
Controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) is making a strong comeback as a major killer in…
by Frank JackmanEditor-in-Chief
NOV. 14–16 ALTA Airline Leaders Forum 2012. Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association. Panama…
Lately, in conversations with Foundation members and prospective members, the topic has turned to “what…
by Capt. Kevin L. HiattChief Operating Officer
Friction-Reporting Caveats | Regulatory Overhaul | Flight Test Guidelines | and more …
A new study sheds light on causes of EGPWS alerts in various modes.
by Rick Darby
A guide for those who go down to the sea … in aircraft.
Runway Safety (approach and landing), On Record, Winter/Challenging Ops
Overrun prompts call for more accurate assessments of runway surface condition.
by Mark Lacagnina