THE innumerable hazards which threaten the safety of an aircraft during normal operations can in general be resolved under three headings: mechanical failure—such as disintegration of a turbine blade; effect of external conditions—such as precipitation, icing or a gusting wind; and finally that popular omnibus term—pilot error. Any combination of these hazards can and does occur.
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