The Flight Safety Foundation–Airbus Human Factors in Aviation Safety Award was established in 1999 to recognize “outstanding achievement in human factors contributions to aviation safety.” The award was instituted to encourage human factors research that would help reduce human error — one of the most common elements in aviation accidents.  The award — instituted by the Foundation and sponsored by Airbus — is presented to an individual, group or organization for a one-time contribution or sustained contributions in the field of human factors. 

Awarded in 2014 to The LOSA Collaborative.

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The Cumberbatch Trophy is awarded by the Honourable Company of Air Pilots for outstanding contributions to aviation safety.

The trophy was originally commissioned by Miss Alice Cumberbatch in 1936 and is awarded to an individual, a team, group or organization for an outstanding contribution to air safety, whether by the development of techniques contributing to safer flight.

Awarded in 2011 to The LOSA Collaborative.