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Accident/Incident Investigation, News
The NTSB is coordinating plans to recover a 737 cargo jet that sank after a July ditching.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, Runway Safety
A Fokker 100 overran the landing runway after the crew grappled with wind shear, a contaminated runway and decreased braking action.
by Linda Werfelman
Accident/Incident Investigation, Maintenance Matters, News
The removable tip of a screwdriver, left in an A320’s engine after maintenance, prompted a rejected takeoff, the ATSB says.
Disbonding in a Cessna 441’s emergency exit door led to rapid depressurization over Western Australia and an emergency descent, the ATSB says.
A decrease in a 737’s cabin pressure left both pilots on an Australian cargo flight struggling to breathe.
Unclear maintenance procedures led to an excessive treatment of an A321’s fuel system with biocide, an AAIB report says.
Accident/Incident Investigation, BASS2021, News
SMS and FDM are among the most effective methods of assessing safety during flight, an NTSB aviation accident investigator says.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, Safety Standards
Mexico’s aviation safety rating has been downgraded by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
Accident/Incident Investigation, COVID-19, News
Countries Ease COVID-19 Travel Restrictions
Accident/Incident Investigation, In Memoriam
Francis also was a member of the Foundation’s Board of Governors and its Icarus Committee.