Christine Negroni, aviation accident expert, is interviewed about the investigation process of an airplane accident.
A working hypothesis on the aborted SFO taxiway landing. It is too early to assume that corrective action based on early judgment will fix the problem.
The point of EASA’s annual review is to focus the community on continuously improving aviation safety throughout Europe.
Three articles about General Aviation that bear repeating & provide insight. Don’t Underestimate GA.
The Office of Inspector General issued a report suggesting the FAA may have diminished its attention to Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs). Private industry should take a hard look at the report and not rely on the FAA to find SUPs.
SecurityIntelligence published the article “Five Whys: Lessons From the World of Incident Investigations” which may stimulate a discussion of what works in finding root causes in SMS.
Which entities are most culpable in the deaths of these two accidents? Perhaps NTSB is pressured not to declare accidents as having medical causes, when in fact, these accidents were definitively medically caused.
These are the people who spend thousands of hours at accident sites and perform forensic research. The Members, too, bring added expertise and judgment. Happy birthday, NTSB!