From: Ralph Stuart <rstuartcih**At_Symbol_Here**>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] New Aviation Lessons Learned Coming 20 May 2015
Date: Mon, 11 May 2015 12:51:25 -0400
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This is an interesting web page with several ways to organize this kind of Lessons Learned information‰?|

- Ralph

Dear ‰??Lessons Learned from Accidents‰?? subscribers,

This message is to announce the release of new material that will be added on 20 May 2015 to the ‰??Lessons Learned from Transport Airplane Accidents‰?? web site at With the help of many organizations and individuals from the international aviation community, six new accident modules have been developed and are now available. As in past LL development work, these modules represent opportunities for key aviation safety knowledge to be obtained through accident analysis. The information gained by their review is intended to enhance the overall completeness of the Accident Library in specific areas. The six new modules, and their related areas of safety, are:

1960: Capital Airlines Viscount: Turbine Engine Icing, Engine Isolation
1995: Atlantic Southeast EMB-120: Structural Inspection, Propeller Blade Failure
1996: Birgenair B757: Avionics Confusion, CRM
1997: Fine Air DC-8: Cargo Loading, Organizational Safety Oversight
2000: Air France Concorde: Fuel Tank Structural Integrity, Minor Repair Processes
2008: British Airways B777: Fuel System Icing, Engine Isolation

The purpose of this safety knowledge library is to make key safety information widely available to a broad aviation safety community. Thanks to many of you who have helped us in creating this material. Please do not hesitate to continue to contact us with comments or suggestions for improvements.

FAA Lessons Learned from Accidents Development Team

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