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Airline and pilot safety

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  1. Introduction
    1. Background
    2. Problem statement
    3. Objectives
    4. Research hypotheses
    5. Research implications
  2. Literature reviews
    1. Human factors
    2. Organizational culture
    3. Safety culture
  3. Methodology
    1. Data collection
    2. Study population
    3. Data
    4. Data analysis and interpretation
  4. Discussion
    1. Safety programs
    2. Human factors
    3. Safety systems

Safety has consistently been one of the primary concerns in the aviation industry. The crucial nature of safety in this sector is accentuated by the fact that most airplane accidents result in catastrophic loss of life. Such accidents also lead to incurrence of significant costs in terms of complete plane destruction and PR damage control, as a result of the public's backlash and accompanying damage of airline reputation. Given the devastating potential of lack of safety in the aviation and aerospace industry, it is irrefutable that airline and pilot welfare should be prioritized.

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