This study is a "how-to-deal with flight emergencies" e-book. It's intended for jet aircraft operators. Undeniably, it is an aviation safety library of about 500 pages (varies slightly with each update).
Only 7% of flight crews handle non-textbook emergencies well. This indicates that 93% of flight crews need to be better prepared to deal with critical emergencies.
This 33-year study examines the information collected from hundreds of accident investigations. This knowledge is explained using "meaningful learning" methods. Through multiple narratives, it establishes the relationship of a concept to real-world events (incident narratives), effectively promoting complete understanding and retention for a longer period. The study explains the operational reasons for doing specific procedures, skipping others, and clarifies how to do them.
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Capt. Luis Vireilha (United Airlines, ret.). - B747, B777, B767, B757, B727, B737, DC10, DC9-80.
Master of Aeronautical Science, magna cum laude, E-RAU. - Aircraft Accident Investigation and Prevention.
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