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ICAO develops guidance on controller fatigue

New guidance to prevent air traffic controllers from falling asleep on the job have been prepared by UN aviation agency ICAO. A data-driven methodology already … More ››

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EXCLUSIVE: ICAO calls time on controller fatigue

New measures to prevent air traffic controllers from falling asleep on the job are to be developed by UN aviation agency ICAO. The data-driven methodology … More ››

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Jeppesen, GAEL teaming on fatigue reporting

Jeppesen, a unit of Boeing Flight Services, and Gael, a UK-based compliance management industry leader, have entered into an agreement to provide airlines with a … More ››

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EXCLUSIVE: Fatigue risk scheme considered for controllers

A new data-driven methodology that allows airlines to tailor fatigue-related risks to their specific type of operations could in future be applied to air traffic … More ››

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FAA chief outlines imminent pilot fatigue rules

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is concentrating its efforts to publish as soon as possible a final rule which ensures pilots are adequately rested. … More ››

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Pilot fatigue risk guide launched

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the International Federation of Airline Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA) today announced the release … More ››

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ICAO sets new FRMS standards

The Council of ICAO adopted at its meeting of 13 June international standards for Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) as an alternative to prescriptive flight … More ››

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Keeping Time

The effectiveness of ICAO’s proposed fatigue management initiative depends on its ability to account for workload, says Ashley Nunes. On a cold March morning in … More ››

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Experts criticise EASA flight time proposal

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) urges EU decision-makers to ‘think carefully before giving final approval’ to the flight and duty time limitations rules proposed … More ››

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Killing Time

Humans are simply not biologically programmed for the 24/7 rigours of the aviation industry. Aimée Turner clocks in to investigate the fatigue issues. Comair flight … More ››

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