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How To Prevent A Plane From Crashing


Plane Crash can also be called Aviation accidents. These are accidents that occurs as a result of the handling or operation of an aircraft, it usually occurs between the time a passenger enters the flight with the motive of flight or departure until all passengers have disembarked, a situation where a passenger is seriously or badly injured, the aircraft encounters structural or damage occurrence or the aircraft could totally be inaccessible or it could be missing. If the aircraft is badly damaged or probably damaged, this could be regarded as Hull Loss Accident.

On September 17, 1908, there was a breakdown of a Wright Model Aircraft at Fort Myer, Virginia, USA as this led to the death of a passenger called Signal Corps Lieutenant Thomas Selfridge and its pilot and its co-inventor called Orville Wright; it was the first crash that involves a powered aircraft.

Causes of Plane crash

Fueling Problems: It involves fuel mismanagement such as contamination or exhaustion, starvation as this usually leads to crashes

Air Traffic Control Problems: It occurs as a failure to abide to proper air traffic control rules and regulations

Repair or negligence Maintenance: Log books and Maintenance records are very vital in recording an aircraft maintenance history as this is an essential part of any post-crash investigation

Avionics or In-Flight instrument failure: Cockpit instruments such altimeters, autopilots and attitude indicators can falter in flight warning leading to catastrophe or death of the passengers and pilots

Defective materials and/or designs: Failure in this aspect can result to cracking, metal fatigue and or in-flight failure or challenges of vital components.

How to prevent a Plane from Crashing

Fuelling: The Pilot should ensure absence of contamination, exhaustion or starvation of the plane. The plane must be fuelled.

Obeying Traffic Rules: Pilot must try to abide by to the traffic rules

Repair and Maintenance: Log books and Maintenance records are very essential in recording an aircraft maintenance history as pilots must take note of this.

Defective materials and/or designs: There is always the need to detect metal figure, cracking and on in-flight failure so as to avoid plane crash

Proper Avionics and In-Flight Instrument: Cockpit instruments such altimeters, autopilots and attitude indicators must function properly to avoid death of the passengers and pilots

Use of Passengers Seat Belt: Pilots or Authorities must ensure that passengers abide by the rules by ensuring that passengers use their seat belt.

 

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