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    aviation safety when it comes to flying. It is important that the industry player, stake holders and concerned parties have an understanding and the application of aviation safety policies and practices which is key to the safety of the passengers, civilian and the plane itself. There can be a significant decrease in accidents, injuries and deaths from aero plane failures if the involved persons have an understanding of how to prevent flight issues before they manifest and the implementation of the standard safety procedures. Every aircraft, from their startup design in the factory to their operational duties…

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    involved in the aviation especially in the terms of operation and safety as internal safety of the aircraft is an inherent function of management. Modifications and improvement in safety is a continual process however there are much safety kept in the form clothing, noise control, temperature and electrical control. For the aircraft there are fabrics for fire safety and precaution like Nomex, Kevlar and PBI. For fire safety and protection at high temperature PBI is the most preferred as it is…

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    movies that showed unexpected problems during flights such as engine blowing, hi-jacking, bombs, missing people, and yes, even snakes, many people did not worry about air safety. However, with the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, many people are still cautious and hesitant about flying. This event caused many people to fear that they could also be hi-jacked. The airline security changed and was much stricter than what it was before. People were only allowed certain items to be carried on…

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    roads between many towns and cities, Alaska’s residents rely heavily on air transportation to commute and move goods throughout the state. Air taxis and commuter planes serve as the main form of transportation to many villages in remote areas. Furthermore, the tourism industry also relies heavily on airplanes for both transportation and sightseeing. On any given day, you can look into the sky and see small planes dotting the skyline at all hours. Unfortunately, with a higher than average…

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    Applied Aviation Safety The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has the mission of “providing the safest and most efficient aerospace system in the world” (FAA, n.d.). In order to accomplish this mission, they analyze information from many sources and determine where safety needs improvement in the aviation industry and then look for solutions to the issues. In 2006, the FAA wrote AC 120-92, Introduction to Safety Management Systems (SMS) for Air Operators, to establish a voluntary system…

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    Thank you for flying with us! We ensure that everyone’s safety is our priority. We make sure that all things are at check before flying. If you see any concerning issues such as slight turbulence, gas leaks, or cats hanging on their dear life while we’re flying hundreds of feet above the ground, please advise the nearest attendant in front of you. It’s a must for pilots to check each and every knickknack before lifting off. Of course, it’s for your own safety, right? You don’t want to die…

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    deep snow at Jackson Hole Airport, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The occupants were not injured, and the airplane sustained minor damage (NTSB, 2010). The subsequent accident investigation revealed some areas of improvement in regards to pilot training, systems operation or in-operation, and proper emergency situations. As a result of this investigation, three new safety recommendations are issued and three existing safety recommendations are reiterated to the Federal Aviation Administration (NTSB,…

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    Boeing Pros And Cons

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    The Boeing 787 Dreamliner erupted into traditional and technological boundaries. From the exterior to the fiber optic network, a new standard was set. With the new technology come new unforeseen and predictably devastating problems. The aircraft’s communication and data systems work off the same network raising suspicion for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This onboard network integrating aircraft function and passenger entertainment caused the FAA to provide a special condition…

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    In 1956, there was a mid-air collision in Grand Canyon. A Douglas DC-7 (United Airlines) collide with a Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation (Trans World Airlines) resulting in killing every single person in those two airplanes, which were 128 people total. When the Civil Aeronautics Board investigated this tragedy, they found out that ground controller in the Salt Lake City knew about that those two airplanes were on a crash course. However, since those two airplanes were in the uncontrolled…

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    Fatigue In Schools

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    A major safety issue that flight schools are dealing with is fatigue. Fatigue effects both student pilots and flight instructors and is known to be one of the top contributors to accidents within aviation. According to the Federal Aviation Administration Air information Manuel fatigue “may not be apparent to the pilot until a serious error has been made” (“FAA AIM”, 2015, p. 8-1-2). The issue with fatigue is that it reduces the pilot’s ability to preform and is known to have impacts on memory…

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