Understanding Air France 447
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The most comprehensive coverage to date of Air France 447, an Airbus A330 that crashed in the ocean north of Brazil t on June 1, 2009, killing all 228 persons on board.
Written by A330 Captain, Bill Palmer, this book opens to understanding the actions of the crew, how they failed to understand and control the problem, and how the airplane works and the part it played. All in easy to understand terms.
Addressed are the many contributing aspects of weather, human factors, and airplane system operation and design that the crew could not recover from. How each contributed is covered in detail along with what has been done, and needs to be done in the future to prevent this from happening again.
Informative & Interesting.
It's easy to Monday morning quarterback a crash when we don't know what we don't know.
As a private pilot I learned a lot from reading this book. It brings together all the factors involved in the crash to create a clear picture of how the pilots got into a situation from which they were unable to escape.
Well written and informative
The author does a good job of explaining in thorough and simple ways how this disaster occurred. I'm not a pilot but I was able to comprehend, by the author's descriptions, all the complex factors that contributed to the crash.
- Category: Transportation
- Published: Jul 30, 2013
- Publisher: Bill Palmer
- Seller: William Palmer
- Print Length: 216 Pages
- Language: English