Crossed Wires

The NTSB cites a wiring problem and malfunctioning antiskid system in a Saab SA-2000’s runway overrun, which killed one passenger.

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The pandemic did not make general aviation any less safe than it had been before, a study of U.S. accidents says.


The crew of an Irish SAR S-92 did not know their first waypoint was adjacent to a 282-ft obstacle.


75 Years of Working Together

Flight Safety Foundation will be 75 years old in 2022. The aviation world has changed over the years, but our members’ commitment to safety is constant.

Q&A with Capt. Irene Koki Mutungi, Kenya Airways

As the air transport industry and airline travel recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for qualified personnel, including pilots and technical staff, will increase, and the


Managing COVID-19: Aviation Medical Community
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