ASRS CALLBACK includes excerpts from ASRS incident reports with supporting commentary. In addition, CALLBACK may contain summaries of ASRS research studies and related aviation safety information. CALLBACK is one of the ASRS's most effective tools for improving the quality of human performance in the National Aviation System (NAS) at the grass roots level.

Monday, January 25, 2010

CALLBACK Issue 361

From NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System

Issue 361

January 2010

Enticements of Ice

ASRS incident reports offer useful descriptions of a variety of aircraft ground and airborne icing hazards. Air carrier reporters often focus on ground-related issues such as inadequate deicing procedures, deicing fluid ingestion hazards, and deficient inspections for snow and ice accumulation. GA reporters are apt to describe airborne icing events that involve immediate decision making or controllability issues. Our January 2010 CALLBACK offers a "slice of ice" from the narratives of ASRS reporters.

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