Aerospace engineer David Owen investigates the different factors involved in aviation accidents, from severe weather conditions to pilot error, metal fatigue and inadequate aircraft maintenance, illustrating each major by means of crucial incidents, some of which puzzled the investigators, initially at least. He also examines the present-day state of aviation safety worldwide and the challenges facing this rapidly expanding industry.Über den Autor:
David Owen was an engineer in the aerospace industry before turning to writing for a living. He has more than a dozen books to his credit on aspects of aviation, motor sport engineering design and military history, and has also worked extensively in radio and television. He lives in Chester.
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