Mesa Airlines Hawaii Flight Spurs Call For Tracking OSA In
In a recently-released final report concerning a Mesa Airlines
flight operating as go! Airlines in Hawaii, it was determined that
the pilot acting as captain of the aircraft and the first officer
both inadvertently fell asleep in flight. As part of the
investigation it was determined that the captain suffered from
obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
FlightSafety International's new Bombardier Q300 aircraft
simulator has been qualified to Level D by the Japanese Civil
Aviation Bureau. The simulator is located just outside of Tokyo,
Japan at the Haneda Airport.