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Airlines take a fresh look at all first officer training through the lens of their…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Multi-crew pilot licensing programs fulfill ICAO’s proof-of-concept expectations at this early stage of development.
Upset prevention, recognition and recovery specialists identify critical technical enhancements.
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Flight Training
Latest defenses against loss of control–in flight, years in the making, leave stakeholders impatient for…
Deviating from the consensus in
upset prevention and recovery training risks negative outcomes.
More than 1,000 pilots are now flying with the new ICAO license.
by Heather Baldwin
Researchers explore pilot impairment from severe startle, freezing and denial during unexpected critical events.
by Wayne Martin, Patrick Murray and Paul Bates
Threats from in-flight ice accretion become crystal clear during flight simulator scenarios.
by Wayne Rosenkrans | From Orlando
Airlines must adopt culture-specific training if they are to capitalize on the strengths of crewmembers…
by David M. Bjellos
Public pressure forced controversial regulatory changes, but U.S. officials see new risk-reduction benefits.