Safety Warning

Francis, Leithen
October 2010
Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/11/2010, Vol. 172 Issue 37, p52
Trade Publication
This article reports on aviation safety in 2010 related to problems with increased air traffic. The article discusses 14 fatal air crashes between January and October of 2010, describing problems related to pilot training, airport infrastructure, and air navigation. Information is provided on runway accidents, radar surveillance, and banned airlines.


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