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Human Factors, News
A study links flawed decision-making to more than half of all U.S. fatal crashes involving private pilots in single-engine airplanes.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Accident Investigation, Human Factors, News
The pilot of an aerial survey helicopter was injured when the Cabri G2 struck a Canadian lake’s glassy water and sank.
by Linda Werfelman
A Dutch study says a midnight dose of 300 mg of caffeine can help pilots ward off sleepiness.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Human Factors, News
After an unstable approach and a ground air brake failure, the G150 overran the runway, the NTSB says.
Flight Training, Human Factors, President's Message
Enhanced interpersonal skills training may be the necessary upgrade to human factors training.
by Kimberly Perkins
Accident/Incident Investigation, Human Factors, News, Runway Safety
A 757 crew focused on their descent, disregarding visual cues that they were heading for the wrong runway.
Human Factors, Laser Strikes, News, Safety Management
A new rule from the FAA will require safety management systems at about 200 U.S. airports.
The pilot had conducted similar steep climbing turns after takeoffs in the past, the TSB said.
ATC/ATM, COVID-19, Human Factors, News
ICAO foresees a strong recovery in worldwide air travel.
Simple rest schemes are helping pilots on long flights sleep longer and better, researchers say.