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Increasing automation has introduced new situational awareness challenges for pilots.
by Richard J. Ranaudo
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News, Runway Safety (Conflicts)
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB), citing 27 runway incursions in just over five…
by FSF Editorial Staff
News, Accident Investigation
Fifteen aviation accidents resulting in 21 fatalities were not investigated during the shutdown.
Interpreting the results of four years of safety culture surveys.
by Barry Kirwan, Tom Reader, Anam Parand, Richard Kennedy, Corinne Bieder, Sybert Stroeve and Arjen Balk
The latest issue of the Airbus safety magazine Safety first now is available on the…
News, Fatigue, Fitness for Duty
One-third of pilots surveyed by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said they had removed…
The FAA UAS Symposium, which had been scheduled to be presented Feb. 12–14 in Baltimore…
News, Safety Culture, Safety Oversight
The European aviation community must intensify efforts to promote cybersecurity and improve safety data collection…
News, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Safety Regulation
Operators of small drones in the United States would be permitted to fly the devices…
Risk management is still helping us all to improve.
by Mark Millam | Vice President, Technical
News, Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Effective June 1, the new rules require drone registration and operator licenses.