Air Disaster, Volume 2

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Aerospace Publications, 1996 - Transportation - 218 pages
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This volume examines the way unforeseen hazards of jet-age aviation progressively came to light through costly real-world experience, often with an inevitable toll in tragedy and human lives. Yet for all their grim consequences, these harsh lessons have helped to evolve a transport system on a scale beyond anything the world has ever seen, and at a safety level that statistically surpasses even the normal hazards of everyday life. Concorde has had 20 years of accident-free revenue flying, and the Boeing 747 jet has had 25 years of successful operation.

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