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NTSB cited numerous incidents in which aircraft have landed at the wrong airport, including the November 2013 Atlas Air landing in Wichita.
ASRS reports document airline mechanics' concerns about intimidation and threats from management.
NTSB Chairman Christopher Hart pushes "system think" approach that adopts lessons learned from Commercial Aviation Safety Team..
The list provides a review of what pilots already know: stay ahead of the aircraft.
The jet was flipped nearly upside down in the wake of a departing 747.
Exposure to volcanic ash can cause damage to both airframe and engine components, notes Jet Support Services.
Simulator instructors will roll out upset prevention and recovery training to the airline's 12,000 pilots.
The video highlights several fatal accidents in which the aircraft's controls were mis-rigged.
The data was gathered from more than 2,000 airports around the world.
The site will eventually provide up-to-date information on potential risks to civil aviation arising from armed conflicts around the world.