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Cover Story, Human Factors
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
Cover Story, Strategic Issues
Aviation education and training in the digital age.
by John R. Watret
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Cover Story
Industry representatives say some pilots may be trying to keep their airplanes out of material designed to end a runway overrun.
by Linda Werfelman
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), Cover Story, Safety Culture
Company attitudes about operating in Alaska were cited in the NTSB report on the fatal crash of a sightseeing flight.
Investigators say the CRJ flight crew was not prepared to respond properly to an abnormal pitch indication.
by Mark Lacagnina
A new go-around detection system is credited with enhancing safety at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
by Mariska Roerdink
Cover Story, Safety Review
Flight Safety Foundation identifies top safety concerns.
by Frank Jackman and Mark Millam
Unique perceptual errors permeate all phases of night flight.
by Dale Wilson
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Cover Story, Winter/Challenging Ops
U.S. airports implement new ways of assessing braking action on icy, snowy runways.
Safety Information Sharing and Protection, Cover Story, Safety Management
Air France Industries and Boeing describe the behind-the-scenes implementation of maintenance line operations safety assessments.
by Maggie Ma and Christine Zylawski