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Runway Safety (approach and landing), Cover Story, Winter/Challenging Ops
U.S. airports implement new ways of assessing braking action on icy, snowy runways.
by Linda Werfelman
News, Runway Safety (approach and landing), Winter/Challenging Ops
FAA has introduced a new package of takeoff and landing performance assessment methods to reduce…
Loss of Control–In Flight (LOC-I), Aviation Research, Flight Training, Winter/Challenging Ops
Training can help pilots prepare for hazardous aircraft icing.
by Richard J. Ranaudo
Accident Investigation, Helicopter Safety, Winter/Challenging Ops
Unnoticed deposits of ice near an engine air inlet caused the AS350 to lose power…
Aviation Research, Winter/Challenging Ops
Water-repelling traits found in penguin feathers might someday be replicated on airplane wings to halt…
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), Accident Investigation, Helicopter Safety, Winter/Challenging Ops
The occupants of a BO105 survived the crash but drowned in icy Canadian waters before…
Deicing/anti-icing fluids guidance for winter 2014–2015 includes updates to manage risks of extremely cold conditions.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Airport Ops, Winter/Challenging Ops
Aircraft braking coefficient is affected by liquid water in frozen runway contamination.
by Reinhard Mook
Runway Safety (approach and landing), On Record, Winter/Challenging Ops
Overrun prompts call for more accurate assessments of runway surface condition.
by Mark Lacagnina
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Flight Ops, Winter/Challenging Ops
Temperature–dew point spread helps pilots anticipate slippery winter landing conditions.