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Development of Preflight Safety Protocol for Training Aircraft

훈련용 항공기 비행전 안전 프로토콜 개발

  • 이재현 (신한에어 비행교육원 운항팀) ;
  • 황선일 (신한에어 비행교육원 운항팀) ;
  • 박홍선 (신한에어 비행교육원 정비팀) ;
  • 이성우 (신한에어 비행교육원 정비팀) ;
  • 소영섭 (신한에어 비행교육원)
  • Received : 2020.02.27
  • Accepted : 2020.03.26
  • Published : 2020.03.31

Abstract

With the development of the aviation industry in Korea, the number of aircrafts has increased every year. About 10 flight departments have been established at domestic universities, and flight training is conducted until the course of commercial pilot certificate. In addition, private aviation institutes using Muan airport as a base have also increased, and the number of training aircrafts in the eastern and western regions of Jeonnam region has increased dramatically. Along with an increase in the number of training aircrafts, aviation accidents have also increased. From April 2018 to September 2019, 11 accidents occurred at Muan airport and Yeosu airport. This study aims to develop a pre-flight safety protocol to promote flight training safety. Three aspects-including technical factors, human factors, and organizational factors-were considered in this study.

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