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A pilot may not see the wind, but the wind ‘sees’ the pilot.
by Ed Brotak
Rather than just a necessary cost of doing business, insurance can be a safety asset.
by Mario Pierobon
GSIP Related Articles, Threat Analysis
Data are important to safety, but their quality and quantity must be managed with care.
by Robert I. Baron
Airports and ATC struggle to estimate and maximize runway friction in a variety of weather conditions.
Two focused studies challenge today’s variations in airline practices and flight crew decision making.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Vulnerability-discovery methods of ASIAS gain acceptance across national borders.
How much are we really learning from accidents?
A notice to airmen that spacecraft fragments could fall through European airspace prompted a quick risk assessment.
Heavy snowfall and high wind from monster storms called bomb cyclones periodically disrupt aviation operations.