This is a comprehensive overview of the airline industry safety statistics, standards and mandates. It covers FAA regulatory structure, development of aircraft technologies, management roles, air transport safety measurement methods - and more. The book is structured upon 5-M model of "man, machine, medium, mission, management". Key features include: safety data analysis - all tables and discussion relating to commercial aviation accident statistics current through 1999; analysis of major accidents and safety trends evolved since writing of last edition revised and expanded; advances in air traffic system becoming operational - current review and discussion applied; current and future developments in aircraft technologies included; interface between maintenance/engineering and flight operations presented; NTSB safety initiatives evolved since second edition in response to major aircraft accidents; a new chapter takes on recent most significant changes in direction and emphasis ever to affect aviation security; and international scope.
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COMMERCIAL AVIATION'S SOURCE OF SAFETY INFORMATION
Rapidly increasing air traffic around the globe, soaring numbers of passengers, security concerns on the ground and in the air, changes in the Air Traffic System, new maintenance and flight technologies, recent accidents, and intensified media focus--all point up the need for greater attention to commercial aviation safety in the third millennium. Built upon the 5-M model--Man, Machine, Medium, Mission, and Management--this text by aviation author Alexander T. Wells integrates the latest research on human factors, technologies, systems, operations, and management strategies into the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and systematic reference on commercial aviation safety in the world. Ideal for students and professionals alike, this third edition of Commercial Aviation Safety covers:
*The latest commercial aviation accident statistics and data, with tabular breakdowns and critical analyses
*Contributions of the regulatory structure to safety including recent NTSB safety initiatives and FAA rules
*Security changes and directions
*Developments (and anticipated developments) in safety-related technologies--in air traffic control, maintenance, on-board instrumentation, and more
* Key safety factors in the interface between maintenance and flight operations
* The role of airline management in organizing for safety
* Significant ways of measuring air transportation safety
About the Author:
* NTSB investigations through 1999, with a copy of the new NTSB aircraft accident form for review and analysis
Alexander T. Wells, Ed.D. (Deland, FL) is consultant and adjunct professor to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the Aviation Business Administration Department. Wells is author of several aviation management texts, including Airport Planning & Management, 4e just released 6/2000 by McGrawHill.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 3rd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071374108
Book Description Mcgraw-Hill (Tx), 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0071374108
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