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Publisher/Brand IBN Inst. Bibl. Nap.
Author A. Chialastri - F. Bartoccini - A. Cagnoli - M. Scialanga
Format 17 x 24 cm
No. Pages 220
Version Soft cover
Category Aviation Books
Subcategory Disasters/Flight Safety
Availability In stock
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The Germanwings airline disaster on 24 March 2015 has shaken the public opinion worldwide, since the pilot deliberately crashed his aircraft full of passengers into the French Alps. Such an event has undermined trust both in the vocational job of pilots, who always do their best to protect human lives, and in the aviation system. An analysis of the Germanwings crash is the starting point for the authors, who broadened and gained a 360° perspective on life and working conditions of the airline pilots. Their study brings forward some proposals focused on prevention, detection and mitigation of uneasiness phenomena of crew members, to prevent this type of accident from happening again.