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Alaska Airlines revamps approach and departure briefings to focus on flight-specific threats.
by Rich Loudon and David Moriarty
FAA urges airlines to increase opportunities for pilots to fly manually.
by Linda Werfelman
FSF study blames noncompliance with go-around policies for more than half of all aviation accidents.
Design and phraseology are keys to the production of safe and effective checklists.
by Mario Pierobon
Despite frequent warnings, an actual shortage of airline pilots would be the first since the 1960s.
The tablet computer — especially the iPad — is increasingly in use as an electronic flight bag.
Philosophies, policies, procedures and resilience engineering — not just pilots — defend against loss of control in flight.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
How to prevent hazardous emotions in the cockpit.
by Heather Baldwin
Pilot survey explores safety-related communication with flight attendants.
by Jamie Cross
North American pilots on overnight flights across the Atlantic are especially at risk for fatigue and related problems.