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It provides a demonstration of the safety and training benefits that can result when pilots and controllers sit down face to face to discuss complex procedures used in the National Airspace System.

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General Aviation: Industry and Government Perspectives and Actions 2016

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The information in this training video supersedes, supplants, and replaces the instruction in all previous NASA tail stall icing training videos.

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Here's a quick overview of NextGen advances in communication, navigation, surveillance, and information-sharing

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An abbreviated version of the Airport Condition Reporting and the Runway Condition Assessment Matrix (RCAM) video that discusses and demonstrates revisions to the process of assessing and reporting runway surface conditions.

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This presentation discusses and demonstrates changes to the process of assessing and reporting airport conditions. Narration differs from the previous version.

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This video highlights how the newly proposed rules will help streamline the approval of new technologies in type-certificated airplanes through a new performance-based regulatory structure utilizing consensus-based industry standards – from both an industry and FAA perspective

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This webinar was produced by the Federal Aviation Administration, AFS-630, as a tool to promote industry awareness about the ACS.

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This is the second in a set of four panel discussion videos from FAA headquarters about human factors (HF) in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), from different perspectives of FAA offices and other stakeholders.

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The first in a set of four panel discussion videos from FAA headquarters about human factors (HF) in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), from different perspectives of FAA offices and other stakeholders.
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