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News, Runway Safety
NTSB head urges action to address the increase in runway incursions.
by FSF Editorial Staff
News, uncrewed aircraft
The first flights by AAM aircraft in the United States are expected to be on fixed routes between select airports and vertiports, a study says.
Accident Investigation, Human Factors, News
The pilot of an aerial survey helicopter was injured when the Cabri G2 struck a Canadian lake’s glassy water and sank.
by Linda Werfelman
conflict zones, News, Safety Regulation, uncrewed aircraft
ICAO has issued new guidance for closing airspace near conflict zones.
Accident/Incident Investigation, Flight Ops, News
The uncommanded movement of a control lever caused a medevac King Air to lose power from one engine during a night takeoff in Australia.
by Mark Lacagnina
Human Factors, News
A Dutch study says a midnight dose of 300 mg of caffeine can help pilots ward off sleepiness.
Accident Investigation, Maintenance Matters, News
A missing lock ring allowed a clamp nut to unthread, resulting in the fatal crash of a DHC-3, the NTSB says.
Accident/Incident Investigation, News
A 2021 incident prompted the Dutch Safety Board’s new cautions about takeoff risks linked to erroneous data entry.
accident data, News
Boeing data show rates are decreasing in all seven regions of the world.
Aviation Weather, News
Technological advances are helping NAV CANADA predict how weather will affect flight operations.
by Ed Brotak