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  • Civil Airliner Incident: Case Study: Routine Maintenance Gone Wrong?

    Routine Maintenance Gone Wrong “It was very, very hard for me. I saw my hand come off - I could see my hand on the ground and other parts all over the place.” German aircraft engineer, Hendrik Donkers Tire charging is a routine task in aircraft maintenance. However, if proper precaution is not observed, it can cause severe injury and even death. We will review two case studies where this routine task had gone wrong. We will discuss the possible causes of the errors and how we can prevent a…

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  • Ramayana Dayaram Shetty Case Study

    Name : Amjad Ali Ansari Roll No : 15-F-359 Code : 0402115 Section : MFM II Topic : Ramana Dayaram Shetty vs The International Airport Authority of India and Ors. Background In this case, International Airport Authority of Bombay issued a notice on 3rd January 1977 for inviting tenders for putting up and running a 2nd class restaurant and two snack bars at the Airport. The notice stated…

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  • Diary Entry On The Titanic

    April 5,1912, a letter came in the mail today. I opened it, inside was what looked like an invitation. It said “ Dear Michelle, Captain Edward John Smith would like to invite you and a plus one to board the R.M.S Titanic in first class. April 10, boarding time will be 2 hours prior to departure. Departure time will be at 11:30am in Southampton. Our final destination will be New York. We hope to see you on the Great R.M.S Titanic! Sincerely, William Murdoch sailor of the R.M.S Titanic.”…

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  • Ground Handling Agent Analysis

    passengers and the airline at an airport. Check-in agents are responsible for checking that passengers have valid travel documents, checking their bags in and ensuring that assistance is provided to those who need it. Gate One of the most important departments of a ground handling agent. During the boarding process, gate…

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  • United Airlines Flight 811 Technical Accidents

    Technical Accidents Over the years there have been several incidences that changed the face of aviation industry. I will talk about three incidents that gave rise to significant revisions in the aeronautical technology. 4.1. United Airlines Flight 811  Incident- United Airlines Flight 811 experienced a cargo door failure while flying from Hawaii to Auckland on February 24, 1989. After flying for about sixteen minutes and reaching an altitude of 22,000-23,000 feet, the forward cargo door near…

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  • Essay On Lost Cosmonauts Theory

    “All three pilots died during the flights, and their names were never officially published,” (Rudenko). Many people think that space is a place that is filled with adventures and new beginnings, but that was not the case for three cosmonauts. People have failed to notice, however, that there are people who spent months in a metal tub and never got the recognition of going to space. Once people understand the Lost Cosmonauts Theory, they will start to see that The Soviet Union left three people…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career In Aviation

    The feeling that I get when flying through the sky high up in the clouds is like no other. It’s like an adrenaline rush every time I look down from the window. Aviation is something that I really enjoy and I am writing why I want to pursue a career in aviation. This essay is about what I need to do in order to get into a career in aviation and what the pros and cons are to pursuing a career as a pilot. whether my future lies in aviation or anything else it’s good to think about the many aspects…

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  • Sewol Research Paper

    Sewol: Tragedy at Sea On the morning of April 16th, 2014, the Sewol a South Korea Ferry took off from Incheon traveling to Jeju island. On board, over 476 people 325 of whom were students from a school in the capital city of Seoul. As the ship would begin to sink the captain would fail to give on order to evacuate. The captain and several crew members would instead disembark the ship saving themselves as hundreds of people were left to die. Many factors would contribute to the loss of life…

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  • Michael Jackson Estate Essay

    Michael Jackson is one of the most famous musical artists in history. His net worth stands at $600 million today. However, at the time of his death in 2009, his estate’s net worth was roughly equal to its debts. It stood at $500 million, according to realtytoday.com. According to a celebrity news website known as TMZ, Michael Jackson’s estate has come back from the brink of bankruptcy, earning almost $2 billion since 2009 when he met his untimely death. According to TMZ, if all the expenses…

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  • Case Study Of Virgin Atlantic Airlines: Organizational Behavior Analysis

    Virgin Atlantic Airlines: Organizational Behavior Analysis Virgin Atlantic Airlines is part of the Virgin Group corporate structure founded by Sir Richard Branson. Virgin Atlantic was the first airline of the Virgin Group, but was later joined by subsidiary airlines Virgin Australia and Virgin America. Virgin Atlantic is based in London, England operating primarily in Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport, as well as Manchester Airport in Manchester, England (Branson, 2014). An organizational…

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