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This review is from: The Limits of Expertise (Ashgate Studies in Human Factors for Flight Operations) (Kindle Edition)
A unique look at air accidents in which crew performance was cited as causative by the NTSB investigation. Includes strong precursors for two recent accidents. One was the case of American flight 903 in 1997 which entered a deep stall at altitude just as Air France flight 447 did eleven years later. Since neither Airbus aircraft presented angle of attack to the flight crew, their fates were determined by chance. Several of the nineteen incidents analyzed occurred as the pilots were unable to land without incident when entering the maneuver fast and high. As of this moment that sounds like Asiana 214. The form of analysis should make the work of value in studies of other expert dominated occupations.