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Analysis of Emergency Situations Arising from the Interaction of Air and Ground Vehicles


The paper considers the problem of collisions between flight and ground vehicles at the airport. The statistics of such incidents at Russian and foreign airports is systematized. Collisions are classified according to the level of danger of their consequences.

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Shvetsov, A.V. Analysis of Emergency Situations Arising from the Interaction of Air and Ground Vehicles. Russ. Aeronaut. 64, 805–809 (2021).

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  • risk
  • factor
  • emergency
  • collision