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The Naked Pilot; The Human Factor in Aircraft Accidents (Airlife 1853104825)

The Naked Pilot; The Human Factor in Aircraft Accidents  1853104825
The Naked Pilot; The Human Factor in Aircraft Accidents (Airlife 1853104825)
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Category:Books on aviation
Subcategory:ATP Study
ISBN/Box:1853104825
Publisher/Brand:Airlife
Author:Beaty D.
Format:a5
No. Pages:310
Version:Soft cover
Language:English
Availability:Temporarily Out of Stock.

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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory ATP Study, ISBN/Box 1853104825, Publisher/Brand Airlife, Author Beaty D., Format a5, No. Pages 310, Version Soft cover, Language English

After landing safely back at the airport with a fire on board, no exit was opened for 23 minutes and 301 people inside perished. Investigations into the causes of aircraft accidents often focus on what happened and who did it - but very rarely on why, which is the question the author addresses in this book.
He propounds that the cause should be sought deeper inside human beings who make simple human errors rather than simply "pilot error".
David Beaty analyzes not only human error flying accidents, but also the latest predisposing errors made by management and government. This book was recommended in a House of Lords debate on aircraft safety.

David Beaty - an RAF and airline pilot, historian and psychologist - analyses not only the human error in flying accidents but also the latent pre-disposing errors made by management and government. No other book on the subject speaks with such clarity to both the expert and the layman. Human factors have been called 'the last great frontier of aviation' and the Naked Pilot seeks ways to breach it



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