Missing of Mh370 Poses New Questions on Aviation Safety
Feb03

Missing of Mh370 Poses New Questions on Aviation Safety

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 in March 2014 is still shrouded in mystery, much to the embarrassment of the present-day aviation industry, which is supposed to be highly advanced in terms of technology and safety. Close on the heels took place the tragic shooting down of another Malaysia Airlines flight over Libya and the crash of an Air Asia flight into the high seas. These incidents have brought aviation safety...

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Lessons from World’s Worst Mid-air Collision
Jan07

Lessons from World’s Worst Mid-air Collision

The Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision of November 1996 that happened in the Indian airspace was the worst in the history of civil aviation. The tragedy, which claimed 349 lives, raised so many crucial questions on the existing safety standards, leading to concerted efforts to make flying safer. Here is an analytical recap of the tragedy. The Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision that occurred on November 12, 1996, over the village of Charkhi...

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