SAFO

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AcronymDefinition
SAFOSafety Alert for Operators (US FAA)
SAFOSolid Ankle-Foot Orthosis
SAFOSamarbeidsforumet Av Funksjonshemmedes Organisasjoner (Norwegian: Cooperation Forum of Disability Organizations)
SAFOStudent Animation Festival of Ottawa
SAFOSilicone Ankle Foot Orthosis
SAFOStudent Activities Fund Office
SAFOSecretary of the Air Force Order
SAFOSenior Air Force Officer (in a Joint or Unified command)
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In a new Safety Alert for Operators (SAFO 17012, High Collision Risk During Runway Crossing), the FAA in November warned pilots of the risks associated with runway incursions and that their risk is highest in the first two-thirds of the runway.
Pilots should be wary when operating close to the boundaries of the Class B airspace that surrounds the nation's busiest airports, the FAA said in a Safety Alert for Operators in February.
On January 22, 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a Safety Alert for Operators, which recommended that air carriers require their passengers to carry e-cigarettes and related devices exclusively in the cabin of the aircraft.
The FAA also issued a Safety Alert for Operators Warning, telling pilots to pay attention to manual flying skills to avoid becoming over-reliant on auto-flight systems.
It's the issue the FAA acknowledged in a Safety Alert for Operators put out earlier this year.
A recent Safety Alert for Operators (SAFO) from the FAA serves as a reminder about the automated system slated for installation at 20 U.
On January 22, 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a Safety Alert for Operators recommending that air carriers require their passengers to carry e-cigarettes and related devices exclusively in the cabin of the aircraft.
Among those efforts, the FAA has published a Safety Alert For Operators (SAFO 17010) it hopes will increase awareness among crews of all aircraft types of the "importance of employing best practices for successful approaches and landings to the correct airport and runway.
An FAA Safety Alert for Operators (SAFO) bulletin issued in late January calls for all pilots and flightcrew operating near the boundaries of Class B airspace to "exercise caution and be aware of the risk of excursions out of and incursions into Class B airspace.
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