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Toulouse-based research lab studies solutions to alarm deafness in today's cockpits
The helicopter was en route to pick up a patient in Yreka, Calif., and none of the crew on board was injured.
According to the EASA annual safety review, general aviation accidents killed 65 people last year, which is 17 percent less than the five-year average.
R&D will focus on human factors research in areas such as aircrew health monitoring and helmet fatigue.
The TSB of Canada issued 14 recommendations as a result of its investigation into the May 2013 crash of a medevac S-76.
Member Sumwalt says pilots and ATC must work together to make Pireps more effective.
Safety board member Robert Sumwalt expressed concern that Pireps are not as effective as they could be.
The agency created a survey as it looks to expand the program to other airports.
Representatives from airlines, government, safety groups and pilots' unions find common ground