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Airbus to equip some aircraft with deployable flight recorders.
by Linda Werfelman
Cockpit IP connectivity is crucial to NextGen.
by Mary McMillan
NASA flight research leads to improved safety for flight in icing conditions.
by Richard J. Ranaudo
Midair Collisions (MAC), Flight Tech
NTSB presses for new training and wider use of technology to help avert midair collisions.
Evolving technologies using enhanced and synthetic vision are already offering pilots improved visual references and…
by Debbie Sniderman
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Flight Tech
Advances in visual and aural cues and warnings target wing angle-of-attack and energy state awareness.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Certain types of lighting may help birds recognize — and avoid — approaching aircraft, researchers…
Predictable issues involving portable EFBs sometimes catch business aircraft pilots by surprise
Aviation industry specialists are exploring more dependable ways of locating aircraft flight recorders.
A new control law in flight guidance computers will reduce non-safety-critical TCAS RAs, Airbus says.