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2010 an average year for aviation safety In 2010, a total of 816 people worldwide lost their lives in accidents involving aircraft, which is a slightly lower number than the annual average of 830 deaths, according to the NLR-Air Transport...

5th seminar of European Air Safety Investigators The 5th Air Safety Seminar of the European Society of Air Safety Investigators is to be held in Amsterdam in April 2012. With emphasis on current European issues in the investigation and prevention...

DAG meeting on Aviation & Airport Safety in Africa Dutch Aviation Group organises a meeting on Aviation and Airport Safety in Africa on 5 March 2012 at the NLR Air Transport Safety Institute. For a region that has witnessed a growth of 9,7% from 20...

EASA contracts NLR-ATSI for wake turbulence safety Compared to the wake turbulence separation distance behind an aircraft in the ICAO "heavy" weight category, an additional 2 nautical miles is currently required behind an Airbus A380. Airbus has ...

Less noise from alternative departure procedures At Frankfurt/Main Airport a new runway is being built. It is foreseen that the missed approach procedure for the future runway 25 would interfere with the current departure procedures from runways ...

Veiligheidsonderzoek nieuwe R380 bij Schiphol TenneT en het Ministerie van Economische Zaken werken aan de aanleg van een nieuwe 380 kV-hoogspanningsverbinding in de Randstad. Het tracé passeert Schiphol in de nabijheid van de Polderbaan. NLR-...

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