Airplane catastrophe as a result of operational errors and violations
In 2006 an accident occurred when a Cessna 152 training aircraft was carrying out a training flight. After taking off, the aircraft engine started to work sporadically as the aircraft gained altitude, and then it stopped. The aircraft crashed. During the crash, the aircraft was damaged and set on fire. Two people, the pilot-instructor and the trainee-pilot perished in the catastrophe. Aircraft of this type are not equipped with flight data recorders. As a result, it is a problem to objectively get information about the cause of the aircraft accident. With consideration of the available information (the investigation report and aircraft operating manual), the current paper contains the following: the pilot-instructor's possible operational analysis when preparing for the flight, the schemes of possible flight directions and trajectories in the situation, the scenarios of the operations the pilot could have made and the possible motion of the aircraft, the estimates that were conducted, and judgement of the pilot-instructor's operations during the accident according to the requirements of operational standards.
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- Abstract reprinted with permission from Taylor and Francis.
- Medvedev, Alexander
- Publication Date: 2013-6
- Media Type: Print
- Pagination: pp 70-75
Open Access (libre)
- TRT Terms: Air transportation crashes; Aircraft operations; Flight training; Human factors in crashes
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Safety and Human Factors; I83: Accidents and the Human Factor;
- Accession Number: 01488293
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jul 18 2013 3:16PM