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“Congratulation Christopher. Air Crashes and Miracle landings is a great resource for every pilot who wants a clear summary of the Whats, Hows and Whys behind the key aviation accidents. This book should be part of Human Factors and Crew Resource Management training.” Air Crashes and Miracle Landings PDF
Richard de Crespigny–captain of Qantas QF32

Now has eighty-five accounts, some short, some long, with hard-hitting analyses, ranging from the disappearance of Amelia Earhart to that of Malaysian Airlines MH370, not forgetting AF447 where many human factors in addition to technical ones were responsible.

Each chapter covers a specific type of incident in chronological order showing the evolution of accidents over time, and how many should never happen again because of advances in technology.
Covering so many incidents, it provides background facts and insights for professionals and aficionados of the Air Accident Investigations/MAYDAY TV series, amongst others
Lessons from these incidents made flying so safe today.

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Of all the books out there Air Crashes and Miracle Landings PDF is one of the most worthy and praised book for the subject of engineering and transportation as is recommended by all the leading engineers and professional transporters around the world who so highly recommend to read this book atleast once a lifetime for anyone who aspires to be a part of these professions. It has all the indispensable and non essential ingredients an aspirant or student would want to have for themselves and is a must download for all.

The Authors

Air Crashes and Miracle Landings PDF

Christopher Bartlett initially trained as a mining engineer, a field where ensuring compliance with safety standards is of prime importance. His passion, however, has been flying, and notably air safety. This was engendered as an air cadet during his youth and as a member of the British Interplanetary Society, as well as during sessions on fighter simulators at the Air Ministry. He completed his two years’ military service in the British Royal Air Force. After taking a degree in Modern Chinese and Japanese at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, he became, among other things, a professional translator of Japanese scientific and technical material. This included Japanese rocket tests. He also wrote for magazines in the Far East. His fluency and understanding of English, French, and Japanese enabled him to undertake research based on material published in its original format and note opinions and facts that were not widely publicized. In addition, his coincidental residence in countries when and where headline air crashes occurred has enabled him to add local color and extra details to several of these accounts, and notably the worst-ever single aircraft crash, JL123, in Japan.

Dimensions and Characteristics of Air Crashes and Miracle Landings PDF

  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B0782QY1YC
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ OpenHatch Books; 2nd edition (January 29, 2018)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ January 29, 2018
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 2111 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 470 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Best Sellers Rank: #72,615 in Kindle Store

Top reviews

Fantasic read!
February 7, 2020

This is a must-read for anyone interested in aviation. Though it’s as thoroughly researched as a textbook, it’s as readable as a novel. The author presents information in a way that makes it easy for laymen to understand while still covering the more complex issues faced by those in the aviation safety industry.

Alan M
January 5, 2019

This is most fascinating reading for everyone who has an interest in aviation — the true stories of how and why airplanes crashed and how miracle landings were accomplished by expert pilots, some of whom are glider pilots who flew heavy jetliners down with engines out (from bird strikes or out of fuel) to safe landings!

Looks good.
April 20, 2019

Can’t wait to read this book. Sounded interesting to me so I bought it.

Kindle Customer
Fantastic read
July 15, 2020
This book manages to make the complex and intricate science of flight understandable. The inclusion of the human factors and interpersonal relationships make decades old information as immediate as today’s headlines. Whereas the most recent and more technical events are explained in easy to understand facts. More importantly, the book does not deal with the only the same events that have already been covered dozens of times by printed and electronic media. Take time to read the footnotes after you finish the book. The information is very interesting.

Mike O’Connor
Updated AIR CRASHES Edition!
August 23, 2018
Christopher Bartlett updates his AIR CRASHES AND MIRACLE LANDINGS book with this 2018 edition, detailing some 85 incidents from 1937 to 2014. Included are mid-airs, various equipment failures, terrorist attacks, weather, various pilot errors, controller errors, etc. The accounts are factual and fairly well-detailed. Diagrams and charts but no photos. All in all, a “Magical Misery Tour” of aviation mishaps. Recommended.

Kindle Customer
The human element is the cause of most air crashes
September 29, 2020
A great book, especially if you like the details of these events. It seems that the pilots caused or could have prevented most of the accidents, a scary thought. I think I will travel by bus in the future.

Starts out well then falls apart
April 29, 2018
Interesting compilation of famous airline accidents, spoiled by the middle of the book by a shrill polemic attacking the U.S. Navy and the crew of the USS Vincennes, and deteriorating to claims of governmental coverups and the incompetence of police and investigators. There are also startling neologisms and amazing vacuoles of ignorance. One example of an unintentionally funny confabulated “fact” is about a pilot named Gibson with a nickname of “Hoot”, attributed by the author to a role as an owl in a school play. I should have stopped reading while it was still credible.

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