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The surest route to profitability is an evolving investment in safety.
by Mario Pierobon
The 2009 crash of an A330 into the Atlantic should be an impetus for enhanced…
by Linda Werfelman
Radar plays a lead role in forecasting severe weather.
by Ed Brotak
Threats from in-flight ice accretion become crystal clear during flight simulator scenarios.
by Wayne Rosenkrans | From Orlando
Mechanical Issues, Causal Factors
A 757 overran a short, contaminated runway after the speed brakes and thrust reversers failed…
by Mark Lacagnina
An SMS is a defense against safety pathogens, but not a cure.
by Robert I. Baron
Philosophies, policies, procedures and resilience engineering — not just pilots — defend against loss of…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
I was winding down from engagement in another flurry of news media stories, and thinking…
by William R. VossPresident and CEO
Alarm bells are ringing in Washington. They are difficult to hear over the din of…
by Frank JackmanEditor-in-Chief
On a clear day, Santiago basks in one of the most spectacular settings of any…
by Capt. Kevin L. Hiatt Chief Operating Officer
(Re)drawing the Line ILS signal interference (ASW, 7/12, p. 20) is a serious problem that…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Besides FSF’s three major annual safety seminars — IASS, EASS and CASS — many other…
Safety management systems (SMS) have been required by many state regulatory agencies for years now.…
by Rudy Quevedo Deputy Director of Technical Programs
New UAS rules | Helicopter Accident Prevention | 787 Engine Failure | and more …
EASA member states had a fatal accident rate of 0.96 per 10 million flights in…
by Rick Darby
Weather-information systems should be adaptable to the needs of individual flights.
More than 100 people aboard the A330 were injured during a pitch excursion.