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Psychological aspects of ensuring flight safety in civil aviation

    Elvira Luzik Affiliation
    ; Aleksandra Akmaldinova Affiliation

Abstract

The article considers issues relating to the system of continuous professional training of aviation specialists and formulates fundamental prerequisites of psychological endurance reliability of aircrews in terms of flight safety problems. Analysis is given of factors affecting the efficiency of the “pilot – airplane” interactive system. Results of forecasting the measure of significance of the human factor in aviation for the next 10–15 years viewed in the context of medical and psychological aspects are presented. The structure of personal individuality developed on the basis of psycho‐physiological selection allows the formation of professionally significant qualities in aviation specialists to be influenced and the actions of every crewmember in case of an emergency to be forecast.


First Published Online: 14 Oct 2010

Keyword : flight safety, continuous education, the human factor, “pilot – airplane” interaction, psycho-physiological factors, professional and psychological selection

How to Cite
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Luzik, E. and Akmaldinova, A. 2006. Psychological aspects of ensuring flight safety in civil aviation. Aviation. 10, 1 (Mar. 2006), 25-35. DOI:https://doi.org/10.3846/16487788.2006.9635924.
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