Agencies are hesitant over who leads the Air France A-380 engine explosion probe. The coordination among the Canadian, Danish, French and US investigators will be carefully watched.
AOPA annually issues a safety record of General Aviation. In this age which relies heavily on numbers to reduce risks, this is an incredibly valuable resource.
NTSB Member Weener traveled to Alaska to learn more about its “bush pilot culture” and challenges in flying that are unlike the rest of the US.
Dr. Nicholas Webster, NTSB Medical Officer, writes about the medical analysis aspect of NTSB general aviation accident investigation.
Wiley Post, one of America’s most famous and accomplished pilots, 82 years ago demonstrated that safety vigilance should be the #1 principle of all flight.
NTSB Member Weener has written an insightful explanation of how an investigation team is constituted and how it conducts its examination of GA accidents.
Reports on the CVR and ADSE-X equipment are valuable reminders that technology and data systems are not replacements for human awareness.
Christine Negroni, aviation accident expert, is interviewed about the investigation process of an airplane accident.