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The Qantas Flight 32 accident fully engaged the cabin crew’s skills and judgment.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
FARs Part 23 assumed simpler aircraft, but the push is on to rewrite the rules for current designs and safety equipment.
by Heather Baldwin
GSIP Related Articles, Strategic Issues
Business aviation seeks to replicate the safety benefits of data sharing and analysis introduced in commercial air transport.
by Mario Pierobon
Washington, DC, USA October 29–31, 2013
by Flight Safety Foundation
The loose cap on an engine oil tank went unnoticed before the fatal crash of a King Air 100.
by Linda Werfelman
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Flight Training
Deviating from the consensus in
upset prevention and recovery training risks negative outcomes.
GSIP Related Articles, Threat Analysis
Data are important to safety, but their quality and quantity must be managed with care.
by Robert I. Baron
This is the time of year when Flight Safety Foundation holds its largest safety event — IASS. That acronym originally stood for International Air Safety Seminar, but beginning with this…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt | President and CEO
Foundation President and CEO Kevin Hiatt and I usually do not write about similar topics in our monthly columns. We address different subjects partially by design — who wants to…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
OCT. 9–10 — Third International Winter Operations Conference. Air Canada Pilots Association. Vancouver, Canada. <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <www.winterops.ca>, +1 905.678.9008. OCT. 10 — ACAS Monitoring Dissemination Workshop (SESAR Project 15.04.03). Eurocontrol. Langen…
Super Puma Flights Resume, Again | Bungled Landings | and more …
Fewer commercial jets crashed in 2012, but associated fatalities soared.
CRJ pilots regained full roll control after descending into warmer air.
by Mark Lacagnina