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The portable device can help pilots detect cabin pressurization failure before hypoxia sets in.
The secret to addressing human factors is adapting the cockpit to the way the human brain works best, say researchers.
Other include airspace complexities; birds and wildlife; distraction and technology management; fatigue; and ground handling collisions.
Christopher Hart, sworn in as NTSB chair yesterday, joins FAA, association and industry officials to discuss key safety issues.
Argus has made more recommendations covering internal evaluation programs than in any other area since 2008.
Industry groups believe Hart's general aviation background will provide 'unique insight' that will benefit industry safety.
PBN guide offers readers insights to speeding the process of creating useful approach guidance.
Proposed AD looks specifically at the potential for the aileron trim tab to disconnect above 10,000 feet.
One person died; two more were injured in the crash.
FAA Administrator weighed in on coming NextGen changes.