CAA Paper 2003/01: Helicopter Tail Rotor Failures

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Reference:CAA Paper 2003/01
Title:Helicopter Tail Rotor Failures
Description:Reports on a research study which examined the nature and extent of helicopter tail rotor failures, investigated the techniques and technologies that might be employed to reduce their occurrence and/or mitigate their consequences, reviewed the existing emergency procedures and handling advice, surveyed current pilot training practice and simulators, and reviewed the existing airworthiness requirements. The study included piloted simulation-based experimental work.
CORRECTION: Appendix A page 22 contained an error which has now been corrected.

Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:November 2003
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