Aviation Safety Consulting
Capt. Paul Miller
Tag Archives: Human Error in Aviation
In the 1931 novel “Night Flight” by Saint-Exupéry, we learn that even intrepid pioneering aviation heroes in the end are not match for thunderstorms in Patagonia. We find out that thunderstorms can and will kill. We loose the wonderful hero … Continue reading
Asiana 214: Cultural Issues, Fatigue or a need for better Stabilized Approach and Go Around Procedures?
Culture issues, fatigue and other human factors of every type are and will continue to be amongst the most serious safety hazards, risks or challenges for the foreseeable future in commercial aviation. In the very open cultures of North America … Continue reading