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Without practice, pilots find that some flying skills — especially cognitive skills — grow weak.
by Linda Werfelman
The 737 captain’s stress level was ‘interfering with his cognitive functioning,’ accident investigators say.
The NTSB is urging new steps to mitigate fatigue during overnight flights.
by LINDA WERFELMAN
When flights go smoothly, pilots’ minds tend to wander, study finds.
There’s more to aviation English than radio conversations between pilots and air traffic controllers.
by Elizabeth Matthews and Angela C. Albritton
European Parliament approves changes in flight and duty time limits.
More flight time doesn’t necessarily lead to improved performance, a new study says.
Non-standard phrases, slang and rapid-fire speech hinder pilot-controller communications.
Researchers credit a voluntary reporting system with detecting unsuspected sources of fatigue.
An SMS is a defense against safety pathogens, but not a cure.
by Robert I. Baron