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Human Factor in aviation, mindfully human
Load induced deafness, human factor and cultures may have a significant role in the PIA
Culture can affect aviation safety through its effect on how the flight crew deals with difficult situations; cultures with lower power distances and higher levels of individuality can result in better aviation safety outcomes. In higher power cultures subordinates are less likely to question their superiors.
Majority of the crew in a study were of the opinion operational fuel saving should be assessed in terms of flight safety relevance prior to implementation,Contemporary research has identified an increasing number of fuel saving-related safety issues in commercial air transport, underlining that new safety challenges have emerged.
The wordings of the policy can have literal & implied meanings. People tend to avoid risk when a positive frame is presented but seek risks when a negative frame is presented. Gain and loss are defined in the scenario as descriptions of outcomes
Missed approach procedures at some airports can be as long as 80-90 NM which can burn extra fuel thereby affecting endurance.