|Close examinations of more than 40 airline and general aviation accidents provide life-saving lessons for pilots and other professionals concerned with aircraft safety. Accidents are grouped by probable cause: human factors, weather, mid-air collisions, & mechanical failure. Chapters describe an accident or incident in detail and end with a discussion of the lessons that can be drawn and how to apply them in the field. 400 pages, 40 illust., paperback. By Shari Stamford Krause, Ph.D.|
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This book discusses fixed wing crash studies only. No helicopter case studies are included.