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  • Swiftair speed decay echoes previous MD-80 episodes


    ​While investigators have yet to ascertain the reason for the loss of control of the Swiftair Boeing MD-83 over Mali, the accident shares several parallels with earlier events in which speed decay in early cruise led MD-80s into a high-altitude stall.


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  • AirAsia crash mirrors other recent weather-related accidents


    The operational conditions affecting the missing AirAsia Airbus A320 before it crashed into the Java Sea with no...


  • Swiftair speed decay echoes previous MD-80 episodes


    ​While investigators have yet to ascertain the reason for the loss of control of the Swiftair Boeing MD-83 over Mali,...


  • Data retrieval from crashed MD-82 recorders complete


    French investigators have completed the extraction of information from the cockpit-voice and flight-data recorders of...


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  • ANALYSIS: Airline safety performance in 2014

    News | 08 Jan 2015 12:10 | David Learmount

    Despite public perception, 2014 has been an extraordinarily good year for aviation safety – but the shadow of MH370, MH17 and December's AirAsia disaster cast a long shadow over the positive figureshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Airline-safety-performance-in-2014-407718/
  • AirAsia crash mirrors other recent weather-related accidents

    News | 29 Dec 2014 14:44 | David Learmount

    The operational conditions affecting the missing AirAsia Airbus A320 before it crashed into the Java Sea with no emergency call appear to mirror the circumstances surrounding two other recent accidents. The Indonesia-led search of the sea between Sumatra and Borneo continues.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AirAsia-crash-mirrors-other-recent-weather-related-accidents-407493/
  • Swiftair speed decay echoes previous MD-80 episodes

    News | 08 Aug 2014 14:35 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​While investigators have yet to ascertain the reason for the loss of control of the Swiftair Boeing MD-83 over Mali, the accident shares several parallels with earlier events in which speed decay in early cruise led MD-80s into a high-altitude stall.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Swiftair-speed-decay-echoes-previous-MD-80-episodes-402532/
  • IN FOCUS: What to do in your first 100 days as an airline CEO

    News | 21 Sep 2012 13:01

    With new chief executives under intense scrutiny to prove they are up to the task, executive coach Peter Dunkin of Aviationwise looks at how to lay the foundations for that crucial first 100 dayshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/IN-FOCUS-What-to-do-in-your-first-100-days-as-an-airline-CEO-376801/
  • Latin American airline CEOs say its time to lie low

    News | 26 Nov 2008 16:00 | Mark Pilling

    <P>Carriers from the American Latin Association airlines reported traffic growth of 7.7% in September and by 11.7% year-to-date. It may be the only region still seeing traffic growth anywhere in the world, but ALTA members are under no illusions about next year. </P> <P>Speaking during the ALTA Airline Leaders' Forum in Cancun, Copa chief executive Pedro Heilbron said: "Right now it is the time to lay low and let the bullets fly by." </P> <P>Although it is virtually impossible to tell how tough next year is going to be, carriers are cutting back on their growth in anticipation of a rough 2009."Airlines will be responsible and careful and flexible," says Roberto Kriete, chief executive of TACA. </P> <P>"We have lots of flexibility in our fleet where half of it is leased. This gives us the option of renewing leases if we want to grow, or we can return aircraft as contracts end." </P> <P>TACA is planning zero capacity growth in 2009.Avianca chief Fabio Villegas says the Colombian carrierhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Latin-American-airline-CEOs-say-its-time-to-lie-low-319348/
  • FAA gets tough on licence abuse

    News | 07 Aug 2006 23:00

    Corporate charter carrier allowed unsupervised operations by other airlines under FAR Part 135 umbrellahttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FAA-gets-tough-on-licence-abuse-208353/