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September 5, 2019

The human factor in aviation

According to research undertaken during last few years, flight crew mistakes have been the most common cause of aviation accidents. Currently, although, there is no way to completely exclude the human factor from aviation, there is an increasing array of tools that allow for the identification of errors and risks which can lead to taking the necessary corrective remedial actions to avoid grave consequences. 


Within the framework of the Wings of the Future International Aviation Forum, Alexander Schukin, head of the Volga-Dnepr Aviation Accident Prevention Research Group, will reveal the results that have been achieved with that company’s introduction of the modular automated accident forecasting and prevention system (ASPA), which allows for the collection and subsequent analysis of information, including flight crew mistakes. In addition to ASPA, the Volga-Dnepr group of companies also utilises a fatigue risk management system based on the Boeing Alertness Model.

This year’s Wings of the Future forum, which is taking place between October 30-31 at Moscow’s Renaissance Monarch Centre Hotel, will provide additional information about this subject and much more via the  website>>>

Representatives of the ‘Wings of the Future’ forum have underscored their many years of experience by consistently attracting exceptionally high levels of participation, both in numbers and in the quality of attendees. You can join them by reserving a place at the forum where you will not only receive access to discussions covering the most topical issues and innovative developments of commercial aviation, but also benefit from unlimited opportunities for informal networking.

Don’t miss early-bird registration rates! >>>  It is available only until the 10th of September 2019! Hurry up, you have one more day! 

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