Data Sharing Will Make Us Safer

October 2010
Air Safety Week;10/11/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 39, p2
Market Research Report
The article reports on the agreement signed between four international air safety organizations to exchange data as a way to reduce commercial aviation accident rates. In addressing the Assembly in Montreal, Randy Babbitt of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration commented on the importance of data sharing and made some suggestions. He also discussed a Partnership for Safety project to promote better communication between air traffic controllers, technicians, and pilots to reduce close calls.


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