December 2009 Issue

Cockpit Fatigue During Long Flights

Fatigue in the cockpit is one of the more insidious challenges pilots face, and one of the hardest to identify after an accident or incident. Check our next podcast to learn about the warning signs and what to do about them.

Editor’s Note: Last month in this space, we promised to bring you a podcast-based discussion of landing on roads in an emergency. Unfortunately, due to illness, travel and conflicting schedules, we’ve been unable to complete that project. As this issue’s deadline approaches, we’re redoubling our efforts to schedule and record that discussion, which should be available by the time you read this. If you looked for that podcast only to come up short, please accept our sincerest apologies, as well as our thanks for your patience.

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