Pilot psychology and the go-around

A new study aims to use pilot psychology to tackle go-arounds in the business aviation sector, as Chris Smith reports

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Interior of a G500 simulator. The G500 is one of the models the FSI/Presage Group study will look at
FlightSafety International

“The culture and leadership philosophy within a company can profoundly affect the psychology behind pilot decision making”

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