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Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops
An A330 crew underestimated the fire hazard associated with a fuel leak and continued flying after detecting the problem, the BEA says.
by Linda Werfelman
Flight Ops, News, safety data, uncrewed aircraft
ATSB reports a new occurrence of an airliner’s pitot tube covers being removed minutes before takeoff.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Flight Deck, Flight Ops, News
A flight operational safety assessment is often a key element in developing an RNP AR approach.
by Mario Pierobon
Flight Ops, Flight Training, News
Regional airlines support a Republic Airways proposal to lower experience requirements for some new first officers, but pilot groups disagree.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops, News
The close encounter of an EMS helicopter and a Piper Seminole prompted the ATSB to encourage pilots to be more attentive to radio transmissions.
conflict zones, Flight Ops, News
EASA outlines a collection of aviation safety issues that have followed the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
European NAAs and ANSPs should be on guard against possible jamming and spoofing of signals, agency says.
Accident Investigation, Flight Ops, News
The NTSB says action is needed to encourage position-reporting by Alaskan pilots in areas with a high risk of midair collisions.
Flight Ops, News
The FAA has drafted a set of guidelines that suggest more opportunities for manual flying.
Airport Ops, Flight Ops, Maintenance Matters, News
The AAIB blames insects’ frenzied nest-building for blocking airliners’ pitot/static systems at Heathrow in mid-2021 and warns that the problem is likely to recur.