Synopses & Reviews
What is for a professional pilot required to fly as safe as possible? Written by pilots the book gives a detailed introduction into the basics of accident prevention in air traffic. Explicit background knowledge as well as detailed listings of safety relevant features in human behaviour are included.
Written by pilots, for pilots, this volume sets out what is required for a professional pilot to avoid accidents in air traffic. Its authorship means that explicit background knowledge as well as examples of safety-compromising human behaviour, are included.
About the Author
Ebermann, Hans-Joachim (Dipl.-Ing.), Vereinigung Cockpit e.V. (Frankfurt, Germany), firstname.lastname@example.org Scheiderer, Joachim (Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. (FH), Vereinigung Cockpit e.V. (Frankfurt, Germany), email@example.com
Table of Contents
Accident prevention.- Information assimilation and processing.- Human error.- Communication.- Stress.- Decision making.- Leadership and team behaviour.- Fatigue and alertness management.- Recommendation by the German Airline Pilot's Association