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Foundation introduces new approach-and-landing accident reduction tool.
by James M. Burin
An area of the fuselage that didn’t meet Boeing’s thickness specifications is blamed for a…
by Linda Werfelman
Citation pilots were taken off guard by a fast-moving fog bank.
by Mark Lacagnina
Updated guidance helps flight crews and air traffic controllers to maximize the safety benefits that…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
The FAA and the airlines are working to transfer LOSA principles from the flight deck…
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), InSight
Evolving guidelines aim to correct deficiencies in methods of training for airplane upset prevention and…
by Paul “BJ” Ransbury and Janeen Kochan
Even as the FAA is trying to revise pilot rest requirements, a government report says…
The NTSB says intensified efforts are needed to find the cause of incidents of severe…
Economic factors contribute to pilot commuting time and stress.
by Flight Safety Foundation
The Foundation has been working with some regulators in Europe and we have come across…
by William R. Voss
Among the challenges of writing and producing a publication for a global market is, first,…
by J.A. Donoghue
Warnings on NextGen Progress Delays by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in implementing plans…
It is now more than a year since the Basic Aviation Risk Standard (BARS) program…
by Greg Marshall
Larry Swantner brings 35 years of aviation experience, insight and flying enjoyment to Flight Safety…
Certification shows a risk management benefit in the latest IATA report.
by Rick Darby
An independent panel recommends changes in how the FAA nurtures new air traffic controllers.
Flight crew disregarded reduced available runway distance.