CAA Paper 2013/02: Monitoring Matters - Guidance on the Development of Pilot Monitoring Skills

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Reference:CAA Paper 2013/02
Title:Monitoring Matters - Guidance on the Development of Pilot Monitoring Skills
Description:Loss of Control is prioritised as the most important of the significant seven safety issues and the application of effective pilot monitoring is identified as a key safety net in the prevention of and recovery from Loss of Control accidents and incidents.

Monitoring is an essential ingredient in achieving synergy with highly automated and complex aircraft systems and effective crew co-ordination.

Please note that an earlier version of this publication contained an error, attributing one of the incidents [Palmerston North CFIT (Case Study 10)] to Air New Zealand. We have now corrected this and apologised to Air New Zealand for this mistake.

Review Comment:None
Date:April 2013

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