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Every now and then even the best tools result in little more than a guess.
by Ed Brotak
Reduced-thrust takeoffs offer safety benefits, as well as economic benefits.
by Patrick Chiles
Fire-induced phenomena are rare but threatening for aviation.
A new tool for assessing and reporting runway condition.
Difficult to forecast and rare, but a real threat to landing or low-altitude aircraft.
by Flight Safety Foundation
An examination of basic instrument flying by airline pilots reveals performance below ATP standards.
by Michael W. Gillen
When a cloud is not a cloud, it becomes more of a hazard.
Surveys measure an increase in pilots’ use of strategic lateral offset procedures.
by Linda Werfelman
Scientists urge aviation professionals to obtain space weather training before intense solar radiation and geomagnetic storms expected around 2012.
by Wayne Rosenkrans