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Air Crash Investigations - Pilot Error? - The Crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409 By Hans Griffioen, Editor
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On 25 January 2010, at 00:41:30 UTC, Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 409, a Boeing 737-800, on its way from Beirut to Addis Abeba, crashed just after take-off from Rafic Hariri International Airport in... More > Beirut, Lebanon, into the Mediterranean Sea about 5 NM South West of Beirut International Airport. All 90 persons onboard were killed in the accident. The investigation concluded that the probable causes of the accident were pilot errors due to loss of situational awareness. Ethiopian Airlines refutes this conclusion. Other factors that could have lead to probable causes are the increased workload and stress levels that have most likely led to the captain reaching a situation of loss of situational awareness similar to a subtle in-capacitation and the F/O failure to recognize it or to intervene accordingly.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS, PILOT ERROR? The Crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409 By Hans Griffioen, editor
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On 25 January 2010, at 00:41:30 UTC, Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 409, a Boeing 737-800, on its way from Beirut to Addis Abeba, crashed just after take-off from Rafic Hariri International Airport in... More > Beirut, Lebanon, into the Mediterranean Sea about 5 NM South West of Beirut International Airport. All 90 persons on board were killed in the accident. The investigation concluded that the probable causes of the accident were pilot errors due to loss of situational awareness. Ethiopian Airlines refutes this conclusion. Other factors that could have lead to probable causes are the increased workload and stress levels that have most likely led to the captain reaching a situation of loss of situational awareness similar to a subtle incapacitation and the F/O failure to recognize it or to intervene accordingly. Ethiopian Airlines refutes the investigation. According to the airline the final report was biased, lacking evidence, incomplete and did not present the full account of the accident.< Less
Air Crash Investigations: Pilot Error Kills 50 People In Buffalo, The Crash Of Colgan Air Flight 3407 By Allistair Fitzgerald
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On February 12, 2009, about 2217 eastern standard time, Colgan Air, Flight 3407, a Bombardier DHC-8-400, on approach to Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, crashed into a residence in Clarence... More > Center, New York, 5 nautical miles northeast of the airport. The 2 pilots, 2 flight attendants, and 45 passengers aboard the airplane were killed, one person on the ground was killed, and the airplane was destroyed. The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the probable cause of this accident was a pilot's error.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: PILOT ERROR KILLS 50 PEOPLE IN BUFFALO, The Crash of Colgan Air Flight 3407 By Allistair Fitzgerald
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On February 12, 2009, about 2217 eastern standard time, Colgan Air, Flight 3407, a Bombardier DHC-8-400, on approach to Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, crashed into a residence in Clarence... More > Center, New York, 5 nautical miles northeast of the airport. The 2 pilots, 2 flight attendants, and 45 passengers aboard the airplane were killed, one person on the ground was killed, and the airplane was destroyed. The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the probable cause of this accident was a pilot’s error.< Less
Bomber Pilot Don Macintosh By Donald Macintosh
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Experience the life of a world war two bomber pilot through the eyes of Capt Don Macintosh. His horrendous experience of the Blitz led him to fly Lancaster bombers over France, Holland, Stuttgart and... More > Munich. Amongst a number of famous raids, he carried out three attacks on the sister ship of the Bismark: the Tirpitz in Norway, and finally on Hitler’s eagles nest at Berchtesgaden. Donald survived countless near misses: exploding flak, German fighters, low fuel, maintenance and administrative errors, friendly fire, zero visibility, amongst others.< Less
Bomber Pilot Don Macintosh By Donald Macintosh
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Experience the life of a world war two bomber pilot through the eyes of Capt Don Macintosh. His horrendous experience of the Blitz led him to fly Lancaster bombers over France, Holland, Stuttgart and... More > Munich. Amongst a number of famous raids, he carried out three attacks on the sister ship of the Bismark: the Tirpitz in Norway, and finally on Hitler’s eagles nest at Berchtesgaden. Donald survived countless near misses: exploding flak, German fighters, low fuel, maintenance and administrative errors, friendly fire, zero visibility, amongst others.< Less
UAV Training - Pilot's Log Book By Sam. Stone
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UAV Pilot Training Log. Highly detailed records log book for flight trainees in the field, improvement notes, 3rd party mapping error notes and more...
Air Crash Investigations - Lost... - The Crash of American Airlines Flight 965 By George Cramoisi, Editor
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At 2142 eastern standard time, on December 20, 1995, American Airlines Flight 965, a Boeing 757-223, on a scheduled passenger flight from Miami International Airport, Florida, U.S.A., to Alfonso... More > Bonilla Aragon International Airport, in Cali, Colombia, crashed into a mountain. The airplane impacted near the summit of El Deluvio. Of the 163 people on board, 4 passengers survived the accident. Upon approaching Cali, the pilots erroneously cleared the approach waypoints from their navigation computer. They attempted to program the navigation computer for the next approach waypoint, but made a mistake, resulting in the airplane turning east in a wide semicircle. The pilots had put the aircraft on a collision course with mount El Deluvio, a 3,000-meter mountain. A jury found that Jeppesen was 30 percent at fault for the crash, Honeywell was 10 percent at fault, and American Airlines was 60 percent at fault. Jeppesen and Honeywell made the navigation computer database.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: LOST...The Crash of American Airlines Flight 965 By George Cramoisi, editor
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On December 20, 1995, American Airlines Flight 965, a Boeing 757-223, was on a scheduled passenger flight from Miami, Florida, U.S.A., to Cali, Colombia. Close to its final destination the pilots... More > erroneously cleared the approach waypoints from their navigation computer. When the controller asked the pilots to check back in over Tulua, north of Cali, it was no longer programmed into the computer. They were lost and the aircraft crashed into a mountain. Of the 163 people on board, 4 passengers survived miraculously the accident.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS - IN-FLIGHT ENGINE FAILURE - The Crash of Air Algerie Flight 6289 By Pete Collins
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During takeoff from runway 02 at Tamanrasset Aguenar aerodrome in Southern Algeria, on Thursday 6 March 2003, the left engine of a Boeing 737-200 from Air Algerie suffered a contained burst. The... More > airplane swung to the left. The Captain took over the controls. The airplane lost speed progressively, stalled and crashed, with the landing gear still extended, about one thousand six hundred and forty-five meters from the takeoff point, to the left of the runway extended centerline. The crew of six and 96 of the 97 passengers were killed in the accident. The accident was caused by the loss of an engine during a critical phase of flight, the non-retraction of the landing gear after the engine failure, and the Captain, the PNF, taking over control of the airplane before having clearly identified the problem.< Less

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