Preventing Crew Fatigue from A to Zzz

There’s a long history of crew fatigue as a factor in fatal accidents. All too often, flight crews don’t recognize the risks posed by long flights, extended duty days and sleep loss. For instance, look at the facts surrounding the fatal October 2004 crash of a medevac Learjet 35A into Otay Mountain...
Fred George

Fred formerly was senior editor and chief pilot with Business & Commercial Aviation and Aviation Week's chief aircraft evaluation pilot. He has flown left seat in virtually every turbine-powered business jet produced in the past three decades.

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