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This year’s upbeat expectations for NextGen implementation assume effective risk mitigations.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Airport air traffic controllers try out remote towers.
by Linda Werfelman
As competency-based training proliferates, flight attendants express confidence that their skills will fit real emergency…
TSB says a baby’s death in the crash of a Metro III in northern Canada…
Lithium Batteries, Dangerous Goods, Safety Oversight
New standards for battery packaging may be on the horizon.
by Mario Pierobon and Frank Jackman
In the early days of aviation, Flight Safety Foundation was neutral ground for the industry.…
by Jon L. Beatty | President and CEO
Editorial Page, Safety Oversight
In July, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) electronically released a short, but intriguing, document…
by Frank Jackman | Editor-in-Chief
SEPTEMBER 9–11 — Aircraft Fire Hazards, Protection and Investigation. BlazeTech. Paris. <blazetech.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>. SEPTEMBER 15–16 …
by FSF Editorial Staff
Psychological Evaluations Proposed Pilots should be required to undergo a psychological evaluation before starting work…
The Foundation’s Basic Aviation Risk Standard program takes aim at offshore helicopter safety.
by David Anderson
The July 30th dinner was a huge success, drawing 175 attendees to the National Press…
by Flight Safety Foundation
Preliminary data show no U.S. Part 121 airlines were involved in major accidents in 2014.
by Frank Jackman
The A330’s descent rate reached 15,800 fpm after a sidestick control was jammed nose-down.
by Mark Lacagnina