TITLE

Delta Flight 191 crash causes cited

PUB. DATE
July 1986
SOURCE
Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/21/86, Vol. 125 Issue 3, p32
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Multiple probable causes have been cited by the National Transportation Safety Board as causing the crash of Delta Air Lines Flight 191 in Dallas last August. The NTSB investigation has resulted in over 20 recommendations to the FAA and other government agencies. Probable causes, chain of events, findings, recommendations.
ACCESSION #
8600004030

 

Related Articles

  • Making a little look like a lot. Anderson, G. // Architectural Record;May1989, Vol. 177 Issue 6, p128 

    Describes the design of the Delta Air Lines Reservations and Training Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, designed by architects, Lord & Sargent, Inc., and MHT Architects, Inc.

  • Delta takes responsibility for recent pilot errors. Preble, C. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/20/87, Vol. 127 Issue 3, p31 

    Delta Air Lines has taken full responsibility for a series of recent pilot errors now under investigation. But so far, airline officials have been unable to trace individual causes or establish a pattern among the widely disparate incidents. FAA specialists & a National Special Emphasis...

  • Delta will exploit MD-11's range, growth... Ott, J. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;12/19/88-12/26/88, Vol. 129 Issue 25, p105 

    Discusses Delta Air Lines' choice of the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 for its long-range transpacific aircraft. As much as $10 billion could be involved in building the Delta fleet, making the recent order one of the largest aircraft orders in commercial airline history. Plans; Reasons for choice;...

  • Delta, Singapore Airlines sign marketing agreement.  // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/6/89, Vol. 131 Issue 19, p21 

    Discusses the equity exchange and marketing agreement signed by Delta Airlines and Singapore Airlines, which broadens the reach of both carriers and complicates any Delta buyout attempt.

  • Drastic measures at Delta.  // Interavia Business & Technology;Jun94, Vol. 49 Issue 579, p42 

    Reports on the plan of Delta Air Lines to cut its workforce by between 12,000 to 15,000 to enable the company to return to profitability. Delta's revenue loss.

  • Delta cutbacks. Greenwald, Judy // Business Insurance;6/20/94, Vol. 28 Issue 25, p6 

    Reports on severance packages offered by Delta Air Lines to its employees. Reduction of staff in the technical operations division; Anticipation of involuntary separations.

  • More Delta job cuts. Greenwald, Judy // Business Insurance;8/8/94, Vol. 28 Issue 32, p6 

    Reports that Delta Air Lines plans to layoff employees as part of its cost reduction program.

  • Delta cost-cutting.  // Interavia Business & Technology;Nov93, Vol. 48 Issue 572, p12 

    Focuses on First Boston's forecast of the stock performance of Delta Air Lines. Restructuring of the airline's European division; Reduction in capital spending; Cost-reduction efforts.

  • Delta suffering safety setbacks. Johnson, T. // Newsweek;7/27/87, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p25 

    No abstract available.

  • Delta turns south.  // Air Transport World;Jan1998, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p9 

    States that Delta Air Lines plans to seek authority from the United States and affected foreign governments, to serve cities in various countries. What countries the airline will service beginning on April 5, 1998; Airlines' revenue in 1997; Comments from Leo Mullin, chairman and chief...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics