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An icing-induced fuel imbalance triggered a loss of control.
by Mark Lacagnina
FAA postpones a final rule on duty time limits and rest requirements for airline pilots.
by Linda Werfelman
FRMS has not yet made major inroads in aviation maintenance.
GSIP Related Articles, Safety Culture
American Airlines prioritizes fairness while investigating errors and violations by maintenance and engineering employees.
by Brad Brugger and Pete Sirucek
Polish report says that a radar malfunction was involved in the Tu-154 crash.
Computer simulations validate risks involved if airline pilots consider a go-around after touchdown.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Dust storms, including high winds, can occur anywhere there is lots of dry soil.
by Ed Brotak
Hazards can evade identification when not clearly perceived.
by Thomas Anthony with Chris Nutter
I just left a big meeting at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) about the realities of implementing fatigue risk management systems (FRMS). First, I have to say that I…
by William R. Voss
According to the responses to a survey we recently conducted, it is going pretty good, with some areas of concern. By “it,” I mean the state of safety culture in…
by J.A. Donoghue
Pre-Eminence I just finished your editorial [It’s Not Always Politics] and must commend you on your exceptional leadership of ASW the past five years. Your editorial staff is excellent, and…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Accessible Oxygen Oxygen mask hoses in airliner cockpits should be made longer to ensure that pilots have full access to emergency equipment located in the cockpit, the U.S. National Transportation…
Safety gains in the excursion accident record were reversed in 2010.
by Rick Darby
Fatigue-inducing pilot stress does not occur only in the cockpit.
Airspeed data discrepancies triggered disengagement of the autoflight systems in two airplanes.