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COVID-19, News, Safety Regulation, uncrewed aircraft
ICAO foresees a strengthening recovery.
by FSF Editorial Staff
Telecommunications firms will limit their 5G expansion for another year while aircraft operators work to shield radio altimeters from interference.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, uncrewed aircraft
When the drone did not respond to pilot efforts to reduce power, the pilot used an automatic mode switch to direct it away from people gathered at an Australian airport,…
by Linda Werfelman
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops, News
The close encounter of an EMS helicopter and a Piper Seminole prompted the ATSB to encourage pilots to be more attentive to radio transmissions.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News, Runway Safety
The pilots of a 737 failed to realize they were beginning their takeoff on a taxiway, the Dutch Safety Board says; the pilots say lights and markings were unclear.
COVID-19, News, pilot fatigue
The COVID-19 pandemic is a new addition to the factors that can interfere with pilots’ rest, researchers say.
Accident Investigation, News, unstable approach
Despite multiple ‘sink rate’ alerts, the crew of a 737 freighter continued their unstable approach, resulting in a hard landing and a damaged airplane.
ATC/ATM, COVID-19, Human Factors, News
ICAO foresees a strong recovery in worldwide air travel.
Helicopter Safety, News
The NTSB says FAA inaction on several safety recommendations contributed to the fatal 2019 crash of an AS350 on a Hawaii mountainside
conflict zones, Flight Ops, News
EASA outlines a collection of aviation safety issues that have followed the Russian invasion of Ukraine.