FAA’s New Risk Assessment Criteria Shines Light On Incident Rates

The FAA says it recorded 41 “high-risk” airborne loss-of-separation incidents in fiscal year 2012, amounting to approximately one event for every 30,000 flights. The incidents, which did not lead to accidents, were selected using a new risk assessment process the FAA has in place to determine where...

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