Angle of Attack: Air France 447 and The Future of Aviation Safety
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Finally, the definitive book on the Titanic of aviation accidents, a state-of-the-art jet that couldn’t stall until it did and took the lives of 228 Air France passengers and crew. Based on exclusive interviews with the aircraft’s manufacturer, the airline, flight crews, families of the pilots, accident investigators and the Woods Hole led team that recovered the missing jet from the bottom of the South Atlantic, Angle of Attack reveals why airlines and regulators everywhere must respond now to critical lessons from this legendary event.
Angle of Attack perfectly documents the fundamental disconnect between obsolete safety management systems and the missing hands-on training required to give flight crews the resilience they need to handle unexpected crises beyond their experience.
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