CAA Paper 2004/08: Delivering Safety in the Context of Environmental Restrictions; Aviation Expert and Research Review

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Reference:CAA Paper 2004/08
Title:Delivering Safety in the Context of Environmental Restrictions; Aviation Expert and Research Review
Description:This Paper poses the question: "Are there any instances where the desire to promote environmental benefits raises real problems about the safety assurance being provided operationally?" It reviews information gathered from aviation experts (pilots, safety researchers, airline operations managers, regulators etc.) together with that obtained from a literature review.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:July 2004
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