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Loss-of-Control Mishaps in Revenue Airline Service
- Aerospace Standard
Published July 12, 2016 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
The scope of this document is to provide review of recent history of loss-of-control accidents during airline revenue operations.
Loss-of-control remains a major type of mishap to transport airplanes. These have included several high-profile accidents world-wide which emphasize the need to prevent and recover from loss-of-control incidents. This report reviews loss-of-control events to revenue air carrier flights occurring from 1981 through 2010. This SAE Aerospace Information Report is intended to provide a comprehensive reference and background information pertaining to in-flight loss of control mishaps. It is expected that this report will lead to ARP6149.
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|Table 1||Flight conditions|
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|Table 2||Primary cause of upset mishaps|
|Table 3||Factors in upset mishaps|
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|Table 4||Flight control factors in upsets|
|Table 5||FBW and conventional light control factors in jet transport upsets|
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|Table 6||Pilot experience in upset mishaps by aircraft type|
|Table 7||Pilot experience in upset mishaps, 1981-2010, North American carriers|
|Table 8||Pilot experience in upset mishaps worldwide|
|Table 9||Accident causes on a decade-by-decade basis|
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