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The basic math is easy, but thoughtful effort is required to identify the correct data.
by William B. Johnson and Katrina Avers
Engaging young aviation professionals without stereotyping strengthens multi-generational safety culture.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Investigators failed to ‘connect the dots’ in their analysis of language factors in the 2006 collision over the Amazon.
by Elizabeth Mathews
Most accident investigators lack the tools and training to analyze language-related factors in aviation accidents.
Excel worksheets help airline safety officers to predict return-on-investment while proposing risk mitigations.
Polar route operators routinely adapt to space weather, but scientists envision global communication interference and electrical blackouts.
Discover problems with instructions before you ask pilots to follow them.
by Hemant Bhana
New techniques are being studied to limit wind turbines’ interference with aviation.
by Linda Werfelman
Safety oversight and air service ‘liberalization’ are two sides of the same coin, says a specialist’s new book.
Auditors urge quicker upgrades of U.S. safety data analysis to discover national risk trends.