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The paper examines the workload perceived by air trafficcontrol officers (ATCOs) and pilots during continuous descent operations (CDOs),applying closed- and open-path procedures. CDOs reduce fuel consumption andnoise emissions. Therefore, they are supported by airports as well as...
Analysis of recent airliner accidents and incidentsidentified a class of events in which structurally, mechanically, andelectronically sound aircraft decelerated through the minimum safe operatingspeed for the phase of flight to the stick-shaker activation speed. Despite thedifferences in the...
The present study systematically assessed the factorstructure, internal consistency, and construct validity of the Aviation SafetyLocus of Control scale (ASLOC) on 476 European pilots (4.6% female). Independentconfirmatory factor analyses showed a strong correlation between the latentfactors of...
This study investigates how pilots perceive the way inwhich their work and shift patterns may impact upon their personalrelationships. It also examines the way in which pilots cope with frequentlyhaving to form and then put on hold relationships both at home and at work.Three hundred pilots were...
Job perceptions and their relations with psychologicaland physical health were explored in a small group of military air trafficcontrollers (ATCOs) working in a test flight center. The participants rateddimensions of job requirements (psychological demands, overcommitment,work–family...
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