Looks at three aspects of aerospace safety: accidents involving controlled flight into terrain and the developments and training introduced to avoid the risks involved; regulations relating to passenger cabin aisles and access to emergency exits; and human factors in airline maintenance, illustrating how apparently simple maintenance oversights can contribute to major disasters. Discusses what is required to lessen the safety inadequacies in each aspect.
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