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Cover Story, Winter/Challenging Ops
A Norwegian study found that runway condition reports may notprovide an answer.
by David Thomas
Runway Safety (approach and landing), Flight Ops, Winter/Challenging Ops
Temperature–dew point spread helps pilots anticipate slippery winter landing conditions.
by Reinhard Mook
ACPA conference participants learn how to beat winter at its own game.
by Rick Darby
Pilots of the Super Puma misunderstood their location during an overwater approach to a North…
by Linda Werfelman
Authorities blame the increased availability of relatively cheap high‑powered laser pointers for a surge in…
GSIP Related Articles, Safety Oversight
Airlines redouble participation in FAA ASIAS analyses that transform proprietary safety data into system-level solutions.
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Hypoxia prevented the pilot from understanding what the gauges were telling him.
by Mark Lacagnina
Polar route operators routinely adapt to space weather, but scientists envision global communication interference and…
Despite years of CRM training, barriers still inhibit cockpit-cabin information flows.
by Jamie Cross
Executive Message, President's Message
The discussion of protecting aviation safety data from use in courts of law prompted this…
by Rutger G. Vossen and William R. Voss
Lately I’ve heard a fear expressed increasingly often that what we say about aviation safety…
by J.A. Donoghue
Falling Behind European nations are falling behind in efforts to upgrade the continent’s “notoriously inefficient”…
Taiwan’s commercial transport category airplanes have had no fatal accidents since 2002.
A statistical analysis finds more detail about flight attendants’ reports of on-the-job fatigue.
Both pilots had doubts about the landing, but neither called for a go-around.