Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Accidents and incidents in aviation


Related Topics

In the News (Tue 21 May 19)

  
  Accidents and incidents in aviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An aviation accident is an incident on board an aircraft causing injury or death to one or more persons.
An aviation incident is an occurrence other than an accident, associated with the operation of an aircraft, which affects or could affect the safety of operations.
Accidents and incidents in the aviation sector
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Accidents_and_incidents_in_aviation   (3710 words)

  
 Talk:Accidents and incidents in aviation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The article lists a number of current accidents which, while I don't wish to diminish the tragedy of the events, will probably in time come to be not seen as all that "well-known".
The accident investigation concluded that pressurization was gradually lost, causing hypoxia, which is insidious and hard to detect by those experiencing it.
One RFC summary admonished that ‘accidents during the last three months of 1917 cost £317 10s 6d - money down the drain, and sufficient to buy new gaiters and spurs for each and every pilot and observer in the service!’ A statement on flight safety pronounced at the time clearly outlined the problem.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:Accidents_and_incidents_in_aviation   (1233 words)

  
 SCADPlus: Aviation safety: civil aviation accidents and incidents
Council Directive 94/56/EC of 21 November 1994 establishing the fundamental principles governing the investigation of civil aviation accidents and incidents [Official Journal L 319 of 12.12.1994].
The purpose of this Directive is to improve air safety by facilitating the expeditious holding of investigations, the sole objective of which is the prevention of future accidents and incidents.
It applies to investigations into civil aviation accidents and incidents which have occurred in the territory of the European Community or involving aircraft registered in a Member State or operated by an undertaking established in a Member State, when such investigations are not carried out by another State.
europa.eu.int /scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l24088.htm   (343 words)

  
 OR/MS Today - August 1997 - Aviation
Researchers routinely analyze accident and incident data and use the information to build practical tools that are useful in solving aviation safety problems.
Factors that influence pilot error accidents and incidents can be broken down into two major categories as depicted in Figure 1: those that are individual (internal to the pilot) and those that are situational (external to the pilot).
As an example, one published gender study in aviation [3] was criticized because it used a simple approach that failed to control for recent flying hours, a measure of exposure of pilots to risk.
www.lionhrtpub.com /orms/orms-8-97/Aviation.html   (2027 words)

  
 Aviation Law Corporation - Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1
Aviation professionals and organizations such as pilots and mechanics, commercial carriers and manufacturers are licensed by the FAA.
Aviation lawyers experienced in handling business disputes are knowledgeable regarding the aviation industry and are familiar with the appropriate federal and state laws which control the rights and liabilities of the parties to the dispute.
A lawyer who represents the family of the victim from such an accident, must not only be technically and legally capable sorting through these problems, but have the compassion and ethical commitment to insure the victims of the accident are not further victimized by the legal system.
www.aviationlawcorp.com /content/newsltr1.html   (2760 words)

  
 Federal Aviation Administration - OAM Technical Reports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Title and Subtitle: Aviation accidents and incidents associated with the use of ophthalmic devices by civilian pilots.
This report reviews aviation accidents and incidents in which ophthalmic lenses used by civilian pilots were contributing factors in the mishaps between 1 January 1980 and 31 December 1998.
Additionally, the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS), which allows aviation personnel to report actual or potential discrepancies and deficiencies involving the safety of aviation operations, was similarly queried and reviewed for the period 1988-98.
www.faa.gov /library/reports/medical/oamtechreports/2000s/2001/0114/index.cfm?print=go   (310 words)

  
 Thirty Thousand Feet - Aviation Incidents and Safety
Aviation Safety Data Exchange This site is sponsored by The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) with data assistance from the FAA to provide a source of safety information for general aviation, amateur built, and ultralight aircraft.
Flight Accident Investigation, LLP FAI is a aviation accident investigation partnership that provides an extensive aviation knowledge base to the legal and insurance communities.&nbp; Services include accident analysis, aviation consulting, specialized training, safety audits, expert selection consultation or expert testimony as well as opponent expert evaluation.
United Kingdom Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) This branch of the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions is responsible for the investigation of civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents within the UK.
www.thirtythousandfeet.com /incident.htm   (2908 words)

  
 Communications Related Incidents in General Aviation Dual Flight Training (ASRS Directline # 10)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Although flight instruction, overall, is one of the safest operations in General Aviation, according to 1995 accident statistics, there was a notable concentration of fatalities and accidents during dual instruction: the only fatal go-around accident, four of the five fatal maneuvering accidents, and five out of seven non-fatal maneuvering accidents occurred during dual instruction.
Incident reports selected for the study had to directly reference the presence of a flight instructor onboard who was actively conducting dual flight instruction or a flight review.
Consistent with the numbers of incidents in the study set that occurred on or near airports, and at low altitudes, communications-related incidents were most prevalent during the approach/descent phases (167 citations, 47 percent) and landing phase (103 citations, 29 percent) of flight.
asrs.arc.nasa.gov /directline_issues/dl10_gacom.htm   (2671 words)

  
 Database index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
All military aviation accidents involving transports which resulted in a high number of fatalities.
All aviation accidents involving helicopters, both civil and military, which resulted in a high number of fatalities.
All aviation accidents involving airships, both civil and military, which resulted in fatalities.
www.planecrashinfo.com /database.htm   (131 words)

  
 Aviation Safety   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In addition to investigating accidents and incidents, the ATSB investigates safety deficiencies based on occurrence trends that could lead to a future accident.
For example, the investigation into aviation fuel contamination affecting thousands of smaller aircraft at the end of 1999, could have led to a serious accident and highlighted a range of safety deficiencies in global aviation fuel standards and refining.
The objective of investigating accidents and incidents is to prevent the occurrence of future accidents and not for the purposes of apportioning blame or liability.
www.atsb.gov.au /aviation/aviation.aspx   (422 words)

  
 The Civil Aviation (Investigation of Air Accidents and Incidents) Regulations 1996
The sole objective of the investigation of an accident or incident under these Regulations shall be the prevention of accidents and incidents.
(i) the nature of the accident or serious incident and the extent of the damage to the aircraft as far as is known.
In such a case the report of the investigation into the accident or incident shall state those matters to which the investigation has not extended by reason of this paragraph.
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si1996/Uksi_19962798_en_2.htm   (3824 words)

  
 DaVinci: Recreation> Aviation> Accidents
Furthermore, the Air Safety Foundation's analysis showed that the majority of medically related aviation accidents were not attributable to predictable...
Accidents on the ramps range from the mundane to the dangerous.
Nevertheless, the spate of accidents in August and September last year has put aviation safety firmly back on the agenda and led the media into shock-horror...
www.bluegrassdavinci.com /ODP/Recreation/Aviation/Accidents   (338 words)

  
 Aviation Law Corporation - Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 2
Thus, aviation policies differ and it is necessary to review a specific policy with reference to a particular accident to determine the nature and extent of any coverage.
Aviation insurance policies routinely require that the insured not interfere with the defense and that the insured cooperate with appointed defense counsel.
Anyone with an aviation law problem should be guided by the advice of his or her lawyer, under applicable federal and state laws, after a full and confidential disclosure of all relevant facts.
www.aviationlawcorp.com /content/newsltr2.html   (4209 words)

  
 Study: Design Shortcomings Play A Prominent Role in Accidents Air Safety Week - FindArticles
The root cause of more than half of aviation accidents can be traced to design deficiencies, according to a new study by the Eurocontrol Experimental Center in France.
The study contradicts the widespread belief that pilot error is the predominant cause of aviation accidents and nearly triples a Boeing estimate that improved design would be an appropriate accident prevention strategy in only 20 percent of 230 accidents the giant manufacturer examined.
We focus here on the 35 aviation accidents that were the subject of the study.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0UBT/is_45_18/ai_n9921294   (331 words)

  
 Publication Abstracts- Aerospace Medical Association
Aviation Accidents and Incidents Associated with the Use of Ophthalmic Devices by Civilian Airmen
This report reviews aviation accidents and incidents where the use or misuse of ophthalmic devices was considered to have been a contributing factor in the mishap.
Aviation personnel voluntarily submitted 26 ASRS reports describing operational problems involving ophthalmic devices that adversely affected aviation safety.
www.asma.org /journal/abstracts/v73n11/v73n11p1109.html   (295 words)

  
 Human Factors Intervention Strategies to Prevent Aircraft Accidents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Problem: The objective is to reduce the incidence and severity of aviation accidents and incidents by formulating changes to human behavior which contribute to those adverse outcomes.
Define "accident" or "incident" in terms of relative outcomes, which are irrelevant for identifying data significance or analyzing processes leading to the outcomes.
Incident investigation affords opportunities to obtain first-hand data directly from participants, including how they perceived deviations from plans, diagnosed effects of deviations, evaluated and selected among alternatives, and evaluated consequent intervention actions and their results; in short, the entire process by which the incipient accident was mitigated to achieve an acceptable outcome.
www.iprr.org /Papers/Paradms.html   (1642 words)

  
 Aero 08 - The Role of Human Factors in Improving Aviation Safety
Because improving human performance can help the industry reduce the commercial aviation accident rate, much of the focus is on designing human-airplane interfaces and developing procedures for both flight crews and maintenance technicians.
Failure to follow procedures is not uncommon in incidents and accidents related to both flight operations and maintenance procedures.
An example is the company’s participation with the aviation industry on a takeoff safety training aid to address rejected takeoff runway accidents and incidents.
www.boeing.com /commercial/aeromagazine/aero_08/human_story.html   (3582 words)

  
 The Civil Aviation (Investigation of Air Accidents and Incidents) Regulations 1996
(b) the Regulations apply to civil aviation accidents and incidents; the exclusion of accidents or incidents to which the Air Navigation (Investigation of Air Accidents Involving Civil and Military Aircraft or Installations) Regulations 1986 (S.I. 1986/1953) may be directed to apply is omitted (regulation 3).
(e) accidents and serious incidents must be investigated, including those serious incidents occurring to aircraft not registered in the UK but operated by undertakings established in the UK (regulation 8(3)).
(f) the Chief Inspector is enabled to delegate investigation of an accident or incident to another member State or, in certain cases to a State which is party to the Chicago Convention (regulation 8(5)).
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si1996/Uksi_19962798_en_3.htm   (469 words)

  
 cars - Accidents and incidents in aviation
The Tenerife disaster which killed almost 600 people is often regarded as the worst-ever accident in Aviation history.
Air France Flight 4590 was a Concorde flight from Charles de Gaulle International Airport near Paris, France to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, New York, which crashed on July 25, 2000, in Gonesse, France shortly after takeoff, killing all on board and four on the ground.
Aviation Safety Network, large database of accidents and incidents
www.carluvers.com /cars/Incidents_in_Aviation   (871 words)

  
 Columbia Accident Investigation Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Wallace oversees all FAA aircraft accident investigations and all activities related to the National Transportation Safety Board.
The Office of Accident Investigation examines aviation accidents and incidents to detect unsafe conditions and trends and to coordinate any necessary corrective actions.
He served as the principal FAA contact for civil aviation authorities, U.S. diplomatic missions and the aviation industry in a 29-country geographic area spanning Central Europe, the Mediterranean and parts of the Middle East.
www.floridatoday.com /columbia/mishapboard/wallace.htm   (206 words)

  
 Florida Department of Transportation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This is particularly important since it is generally conceded that over two-thirds of all aviation accidents and incidents have their roots in human performance errors.
Its mission is to produce, direct, and record high quality presentations for distribution, thereby promoting aviation safety and technical proficiency by providing guidance and support for the aviation community through education and cooperative efforts.
Its goals are to reduce the accident and incident rate, to increase aviation safety through education, and to increase partnership with industry organizations.
www.dot.state.fl.us /aviation/text_version/airsafety.htm   (348 words)

  
 Safety: Aviation Weather Information (AWIN)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Between 1982 and 1993, 5,894 weather-related general aviation accidents were reported.
During a similar period (1983-1995), the National Transportation Safety Board identified weather as a causative factor in 112 commercial aviation accidents and incidents, leading to 13 fatalities, 58 serious injuries, loss of 8 aircraft and substantial damage to 34 others.
The prototype systems for both commercial transport and general aviation airplanes were flight demonstrated, and the user feedback is being incorporated into a second generation of prototype cockpit displays.
www.aero-space.nasa.gov /docs/chicago/awin.htm   (210 words)

  
 European Commission actions in the field of aviation safety
Directive 2003/42 envisages the creation of an obligatory system for reporting accidents and incidents (known as occurrence reporting) in civil aviation, and participation in a Community level information exchange system.
The EASA is involved in the certification of aircraft types and for organisations situated outside the EU; national administrations are responsible for issuing individual certificates and for the accreditation of organisations on their national territory, on the basis of EU rules and under the control of the EASA.
Aviation safety is almost by definition a global issue.
www.medicalnewstoday.com /medicalnews.php?newsid=29559&nfid=rssfeeds   (799 words)

  
 AIR SAFETY WEEK
ASW, "Maintenance contributions to aviation accidents and incidents are
accidents and incidents remains relatively the same, the report notes that "the
prominent role in aviation accidents and incidents than was previously thought.
home.att.net /~emery17now/Procedures.htm   (988 words)

  
 CASA media release - Townsville Aviation Industry urged to attend Safety Seminar
Commercial and general aviation pilots in and around Townsville are urged to attend the seminar to update their knowledge and skills.
"Most accidents and incidents in aviation occur because the pilot failed to consider some critical factor during pre-flight planning," Mr Smith says.
An aviation expert from CASA will speak at the seminar, scheduled to take place between 7 pm and 9.30 PM at Jupiter's Hotel and Casino, Sir Leslie Thiess Drive.
www.casa.gov.au /media/2001/01-06-13a.htm   (297 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.