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ET302 takeoff roll could have answers to the cause of accident: mindFly

In my opinion the primary cause of the ET302 accident lies in the take off roll , the final nose dive could have been caused due to structural failure of the elevator and in an extremely improbable case, the infamous MCAS would have had a role to play. All aircrafts are loaded with passengers, cargo …

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The ABC of behaviour: mindFly

The reaction of crew to a particular situation can be predicted ,but only in theory. Practically, there are a number of variables that result in a behaviour and these are in a constant state of flux. Threats are defined as “events or errors that occur beyond the influence of the flight crew, increase operational complexity, …

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Prevent inadvertent slide deployment by learning from Japanese Bullet Train Drivers: mindFly

Pointing and calling Flight Safety Australia In 2014, the International Air Transportation Association estimated that inadvertent slide deployment costs the airline industry more than $20 million each year. What can aviation learn from the bullet train driver. With the horrible exception of the Amagasaki crash of 2005, which killed 107 people, Japanese railways are notably safe, with one passenger …

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