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Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Human Factors
The ongoing problem of spatial disorientation impacts all segments of aviation.
by Ed Brotak
Human Factors, Threat Analysis
Common-sense recognition of everyday threats and self-auditing are first steps to making effective changes.
by James Cox
Fatigue, Aviation Medicine, Human Factors
Aeromedical group endorses sleep apnea screening for the most obese pilots.
by Linda Werfelman
Mechanical Issues, Accident Investigation, Causal Factors, Human Factors
U.K. AAIB cites maintenance human factors after Airbus A319 fan cowling doors detach during takeoff.
by Sean Broderick
United Airlines equates casual noncompliance with stabilized approach criteria to NASA’s acceptance of risks before…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
European researchers analyze hand-flying issues in simulators as flight crews respond to unexpected threats during…
National norms and customs play a role in defining aircraft operators’ safety cultures.
Researchers assess the impact of fatigue-mitigation guidance on ULR pilots’ sleepiness.
Without practice, pilots find that some flying skills — especially cognitive skills — grow weak.
The 737 captain’s stress level was ‘interfering with his cognitive functioning,’ accident investigators say.