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Cabin Safety, Cabin Safety
Flight crews must consider many factors in deciding whether to order an evacuation.
by Shannon Forrest
NTSB hearing on Asiana Airlines Flight 214 expands insights into occupant protection, escape and rescue.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Flight attendants working primarily on short-haul trips may be more prone to workplace accidents than their long-haul colleagues.
by Linda Werfelman
Appreciation for unspoken needs of flight attendants and passengers reshapes cabin safety training.
The International Cabin Safety Conference looked at ways to improve flight attendant and passenger survivability
by Rick Darby
In scenario-based training to proficiency, airlines burnish flight attendants’ skills as risk managers.
Despite years of CRM training, barriers still inhibit cockpit-cabin information flows.
by Jamie Cross
Airlines analyze incidents to continuously redefine ‘training to proficiency’ for flight attendants.
Simulations show how child restraint systems work, but lack of injury-exposure data impedes policy insights.