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Safety includes all aspects of protecting aircraft, passengers and crew from accidents, mistakes and other potentially dangerous situations.

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High altitude balloons reach more like 30km rather than kft. This means that there's a limited time in which they can interfere with normal aviation traffic (which, during cruise, is usually in a fair …
answered May 25 '16 by os1
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Very difficult to say as we don't have enough real-world examples. Vertical impact forces would be lower on the upper deck as the lower deck acts something like a crumple zone and absorbs some of the …
answered Feb 11 '16 by os1
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system where the pitot is always on, with no possibility to turn it off, for safety reasons and you don't want an automatic system because it might fail to detect icing conditions and hence not activate …
answered Jan 30 '16 by os1
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There's not much statistical evidence to say conclusively. However, the FAA say that in general aviation 69% of crashes at night cause pilot fatality compared to 59% during day. Various FAA/NTSB repor …
answered Jun 14 '16 by os1