Loss Of Control Replaces CFIT As Most Common Accident Cause

Loss of control has replaced controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) as the number one aviation accident cause in recent years. Overall, the airline industry also has stopped improving its safety performance in the past decade, but as the Flight Safety Foundation’s European Aviation Safety Seminar in...

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