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55th annual Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar

Aug. 28, 2009, Tuscan, Ariz. – Flight Safety Foundation and the National Business Aviation Association will focus on solutions to aviation safety issues that will have a positive influence on corporate aviation operations.


August 28, 2009
By Administrator

Aug. 28, 2009, Tuscan, Ariz. – Flight Safety Foundation and the National Business Aviation Association will focus on solutions to aviation safety issues that will have a positive influence on corporate aviation operations. 

Papers are sought in the following areas:

  • NTSB:  operator preparations and safety board expectations
  • Safety in dynamic economic times
  • FRMS (fatigue risk management system) for corporate aviation
  • Takeoff and landing safety
  • Practical safety management system (SMS): making it work in your organization
  • Oceanic operations
  • Quantifying safety
  • Real life experiences in implementing an SMS
  • Ensuring pilot competency: selection and maintenance
  • Birds and other wildlife hazards
  • Impact of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) operations on the national air space 
  • Corporate aviation as seen by air traffic control (ATC)
  • Ditching survivability
  • How to build and maintain a quality flight department
  • High altitude upsets
  • Lessons learned from aviation mishaps
  • Implications of  NexGen for corporate operators
  • Corporate Flight Operations Quality Asssurance (C-FOQA) contributions to safety
  • Safety in aircraft maintenance
  • Operational impact of variances in country to country regulations 
  • Medical issues
  • Challenges in training
  • Safety in supplemental lift operations

Papers submitted on any other appropriate subject will be considered.
You can also submit on-line by visiting the website: http://www.flightsafety.org

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