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Commercial jet accident rates were good in 2010, just not better.
by James M. Burin
An oxygen cylinder burst and tore a hole through the fuselage of a 747.
by Mark Lacagnina
Reconsidering how to respond to ash clouds.
by Thomas Withington
The fine safety record of U.S. cold weather operations still warrants integrated risk reduction, auditors…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
A business jet was in clouds when the pilots initiated a steep descent, following a…
Along with their advantages, NVGs also have limitations, and pilots and operators must be thoroughly…
by Clarence E. Rash
Crew observations show that checklists and monitoring are not as effective as generally assumed.
by Benjamin A. Berman and R. Key Dismukes
Aircraft designs incorporate systems to protect against direct and indirect damage.
Best practices plus updated avionics equal fewer takeoffs and landings on a wrong runway or…
by Michel Trémaud
When the Q400 struck a house and exploded, the volunteer fire chief pulled ARFF specialists…
by By Thomas Chmielowiec Sr.