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‘Inappropriate’

The NTSB faulted the 737 crew’s decision to land on a short runway with a tail wind in conditions conducive to wind shear.

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News

A Push for New Research

A U.S. government oversight agency says Congress should press the FAA to bolster research on communicable diseases and air travel.

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Planning for Future Hazards

Climate change and a heavy dependence on technology will bring new challenges to the aviation industry, scientists say.

‘White on White’

The EMB145 crew continued the descent past decision altitude even though snow had obscured their view of the runway.

Commentary​

Looking Ahead to a Busy Year

Happy anniversary! Flight Safety Foundation is celebrating 75 years. This milestone would not have been possible without the support of our members, many of whom have been with us for

Media

Managing COVID-19: Aviation Medical Community
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