Some Reasons Why Planes Crash


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Some of the more frequent reasons aviation accidents happen are due to human error and mechanical failure. The FAA is the governing body that regulates the actions of pilots, monitors flight operations, and manufacturing of aircraft. The guidelines set by the FAA are only the minimum of safety standards that are in imposed in the airline industry. Unfortunately, sometimes even these minimal standards are not adequately met.

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There are many different reasons a plane crash may occur:

  • Piloting errors
  • Faulty equipment
  • Violations of FAA regulations
  • Design or structural problems
  • Flight service negligence
  • Air traffic controller error
  • Third party carrier selection negligence
  • Maintenance or repair negligence
  • Fueling error

Federal, state, and agency laws govern the activities of most aircrafts, however, strict adherence to this rules and regulations may not always be the case. Not following the mandated guidelines is a prime recipe for aviation disaster. Even in cases where negligence is not the primary cause of an aviation emergency, natural causes such as weather must have been better monitored personnel. If you would like to learn your legal rights involving an airplane crash, please contact our aviation accident attorneys.

 

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