SIX YEARS AFTER THE DRYDEN TRAGEDY, MANY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AUTHORITIES HAVE LEARNED ITS LESSONS..

SUBTITLE: THE REPORT OF A PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE AIRLINE ACCIDENT AT DRYDEN, ONTARIO IN 1989 EMPHASIZED A TWO-FOLD MESSAGE: THERE MAY BE NO SUBSTITUTE FOR A PROPERLY TRAINED, PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT CREW, BUT EVEN A WELL-TRAINED PROFESSIONAL CREW CANNOT ALWAYS COMPENSATE FOR FLAWS INHERENT IN A LARGE, COMPLEX TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM.

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  • Accession Number: 00869549
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Northwestern University, Evanston
  • Files: TLIB
  • Created Date: Apr 11 1997 12:00AM