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Stall warnings in high capacity aircraft: The Australian context 2008 to 2012

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  • Stall warnings in high capacity aircraft: The Australian context 2008 to 2012

    An interesting safety article regarding stall warnings and stick shaker 'events';

    "Why the ATSB did this research

    Stall warning events have always been an area of interest for airlines and aviation safety investigators as they indicate that an aircraft is operating at the margins of safe flight. As these occurrences are reportable to the ATSB, the ATSB can analyse trends across airlines and Australia. By publishing such analysis, it is hoped that the wider aviation industry will be able to learn from the experience of others."

    http://www.atsb.gov.au/publications/...-2012-172.aspx

    I first noticed this article in one of our Sunday papers under the heading "Revealed: Secret stall fear for planes"

    Perhaps a tad melodramatic?
    Last edited by fungus; 2013-12-01, 03:19.
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