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A statistical analysis finds more detail about flight attendants’ reports of on-the-job fatigue.
by Rick Darby
An independent panel recommends changes in how the FAA nurtures new air traffic controllers.
Fatigue-inducing pilot stress does not occur only in the cockpit.
Flightpath: Aviation English for Pilots and ATCOs | Ionizing Radiation in Earth’s Atmosphere and in Space Near Earth | Safe Transport of Lithium Batteries by Air
E-learning brings advantages compared with classroom instruction, but courses must be carefully designed. By Rick Darby Books Performance-Based Learning e-Learning in Aviation Kearns, Suzanne K. Farnham, Surrey,…
by Flight Safety Foundation
High fidelity may not be the best measure of effective simulation training.
The first error is trying to define human error.
Meteorology confronts a mysterious threat to flight safety.
Technical accident investigation and criminal proceedings can work at cross-purposes.
Auditors call the FAA air carrier oversight system conceptually sound but flawed in execution.