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Airlines analyze incidents to continuously redefine ‘training to proficiency’ for flight attendants.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Simulations show how child restraint systems work, but lack of injury-exposure data impedes policy insights.
Serious injuries during turbulence influence the FAA’s latest advice.
Despite a briefing and illustrated safety cards, passengers on an Embraer 195 were unsure of what to do while using an overwing exit.
by Linda Werfelman
Inattention to safety briefings, life vests and life lines increased risks after US Airways Flight 1549 touched down.
Review of in-flight use of automated external defibrillators yields a more realistic picture of who survives.
New FAA research probes flight attendants’ anxiety over insufficient sleep and unsafe performance.
Flight attendants team with medical advisers to aid passengers during in-flight labor and childbirth.
by Flight Safety Foundation
Symposium showcases innovations to reduce crew turbulence injuries and hold accountable passengers who impede safety.