Accident Prevention

Chapter

Abstract

The following material is fundamental to flight safety. It is a prerequisite to the acceptance of the airplane as a means of public transportation, as well as to the economic viability of a flight operation.Legislators and regulators are cognizant of the public’s interest in safety and establish minimum standards, which must be complied with accordingly.

Keywords

Accident Rate Fatal Accident Flight Crew Aircraft Type Flight Safety 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Main Airport CenterVereinigung Cockpit e. VFrankfurtGermany

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