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Cautious cooperation precedes deadlines to integrate unmanned aircraft systems into U.S. civil airspace.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Researchers credit a voluntary reporting system with detecting unsuspected sources of fatigue.
by Linda Werfelman
Non-standard phrases, slang and rapid-fire speech hinder pilot-controller communications.
First Person, GSIP Related Articles
Launching an SMS brings new challenges.
by Linda Wittenmyer
Environmental regulator prioritizes operational safety while introducing wastewater rules for U.S. airports.
An EMS crew chose to ditch, rather than risk flaming out during another approach to…
by Mark Lacagnina
The tablet computer — especially the iPad — is increasingly in use as an electronic…
by Mario Pierobon
GSIP Blogs and Opinions, President's Message
There is a lot of talk about data sharing as the next big safety challenge,…
by William R. VossPresident and CEO
In the June issue of AeroSafety World, I addressed the twin tragedies that had befallen…
by Frank JackmanEditor-in-Chief
As chief operating officer, my job at Flight Safety Foundation is like making sure the…
by Capt. Kevin L. HiattChief Operating Officer
OCT. 20 — AAAE Safety Risk Assessment Compliance Workshop. American Association of Airport Executives. New…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Runway Friction Measurement Standards Mark Lacagnina’s article “Skidding Off a Cliff” (ASW, 6/12, p. 20)…
Ground Anti-Collision Systems | Speed Brake Warnings | Mental Health Check-Ups | and more …
Flight Safety Foundation has prepared a new safety aid called the Functional Check Flight Compendium.…
by James M. Burin
Unconventional cabin features, such as side-facing seats, on small transport aircraft need exemptions from the…
by Rick Darby
‘Drawing the line’ between mistakes and unacceptable behavior may not be the most important aspect…
Delayed deployment of speed brakes and thrust reversers led to a wet-runway overrun.