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The fine safety record of U.S. cold weather operations still warrants integrated risk reduction, auditors…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Difficult to forecast and rare, but a real threat to landing or low-altitude aircraft.
by Flight Safety Foundation
An avionics industry group warns of disruptions in the installation process.
by Linda Werfelman
NTSB said that nothing in the captain’s experience or training had prepared him for the…
by Mark Lacagnina
Safety oversight and air service ‘liberalization’ are two sides of the same coin, says a…
A strong safety culture is the essential first ingredient in an SMS.
by James W. Smith
New techniques are being studied to limit wind turbines’ interference with aviation.
Growing accident numbers prompt a regulatory response.
by Frances Fiorino
I thought I would take this opportunity to catch everyone up on what happened at…
by William R. Voss
When the U.S. Congress recently passed a law requiring pilots to possess an airline transport…
by J.A. Donoghue
‘Terrific Progress’ on Runway Incursions | Plague of Locust | and more …
Communication between controllers and U.S. pilots in non-U.S. airspace takes extra attention.
by Rick Darby
Flight attendant fatigue is associated more with scheduling and physiological factors than duty time.
No taxi briefing, no taxiway signs and a nonassertive controller contributed to a risky takeoff.