Civil aviation accidents and incidents classified according to groups of aviation specialists

    Peter Trifonov-Bogdanov Affiliation
    ; Leonid Vinogradov Affiliation
    ; Vladimir Shestakov Affiliation


During an operational process, activity is implemented through an ordered sequence of certain actions united by a common motive. Actions can be simple or complex. Simple actions cannot be split into elements having independent objectives. Complex actions can be presented in the form of a set of simple actions. If the logical organisation of this set is open, a complex action can be described as an algorithm consisting of simple actions. That means various kinds of operational activities develop from the same simple and typical actions, but in various sequences. Therefore, human error is always generated by a more elementary error of action. Thus, errors of action are the primary parameter that is universal for any kind of activity of an aviation specialist and can serve as a measure for estimating the negative influence of the human factor (HF) on flight safety. Aviation personnel are various groups of experts having various specialisations and working in various areas of civil aviation. It is obvious that their influence on conditions is also unequal and is defined by their degree of interaction with the performance of flights. In this article, the results of an analysis of air incidents will be presented.

First published online: 01 Jul 2013

Keyword : accident, incident, human factor, technical operation, risk factors

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Trifonov-Bogdanov, P., Vinogradov, L., & Shestakov, V. (2013). Civil aviation accidents and incidents classified according to groups of aviation specialists. Aviation, 17(2), 76-79.
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