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Cover Story, Human Factors
Eye-tracking technology is seen as a key to detecting persistent scanning errors.
by Linda Werfelman
Cover Story, Helicopter Safety
New Zealand investigators tie an AS350 crash to poor understanding of the risks of underslung…
Accident Investigation, Cover Story
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370’s departure from its planned route likely was intentional, investigators say.
The AS350 pilot was determined to complete the EMS mission despite ‘pretty thick’ fog.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Cover Story
Side effects of planned security measures, such as remote identification and tracking, complicate safety management…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Cover Story, Helicopter Safety
Bearing failure causes loss of directional control during S-92’s North Sea operations.
Aviation Medicine, Cover Story
Screening pilots for ‘negative life events’ may be key to managing their mental health risks,…
Causal Factors, Cover Story
The captain had been drinking heavily and may have intentionally placed his aircraft into a…
by Mark Lacagnina
Lithium Batteries, Cover Story, Threat Analysis
Lithium battery-powered PEDs are a risk that is getting a lot of attention.
by Frank Jackman
Russian scientists propose an alternative method to predict individual pilots’ fatigue on long-haul airline flights.
by Nadezhda V. Yakimovich, Eleanora I. Surina, Igor G. Gorodetsky and Vladimir V. Chironov