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Non-standard phrases, slang and rapid-fire speech hinder pilot-controller communications.
by Linda Werfelman
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
Deadly inattentive behaviors with portable electronic devices outpace scientists’ grasp of vehicle operator risks.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Evolving fatigue risk management systems increase two airlines’ confidence about alertness.
Economic factors contribute to pilot commuting time and stress.
by Flight Safety Foundation
Even as the FAA is trying to revise pilot rest requirements, a government report says industry opposition presents a challenge.
A stressful family life can affect performance in the cockpit.
by Patrick Chiles
Fatigue scientists resist flight crew schedulers’ demand for go/no-go modeling tools as U.S. airlines brace for sweeping new regulations. By Wayne Rosenkrans Airline representatives, fatigue researchers and aviation regulators…
More patience and new methods of presenting information could improve ATC communications with non-native English-speaking pilots.