Civil and Military Airworthiness
Recent Developments and Challenges (Volume II)
Kourousis, Kyriakos I. (editor)
Effective safety management has always been a key objective for the broader airworthiness sector. This book is focused on safety themes with implications on airworthiness management. It offers a diverse set of analyses on aircraft maintenance accidents, empirical and systematic investigations on important continuing airworthiness matters and research studies on methodologies for the risk and safety assessment in continuing and initial airworthiness. Overall, this collection of research and review papers is a valuable addition to the published literature, useful for the community of aviation professionals and researchers.
Keywordsminimum equipment list; aviation; aircraft; safety; airworthiness; flight safety; aviation accidents; aircraft maintenance; MxFACS; General Aviation; human factors; engineering changes; regulation; management changes; industry change; maintenance engineering culture; Bowtie analysis; risk assessment; MRO; visual inspection; cause–consequence analysis; barrier model; 6M; Ishikawa; accidents; maintenance; military aviation; airlift; cost; integration-in-totality principle; seven-principles-framework of system safety; systems thinking; systems engineering; system safety principles; strategic quality management; risk management; reliability; Nigerian aviation accidents; learning form incidents; safety management; learning from incidents; aviation safety; learning taxonomy; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues