This synthesis study is intended to provide guidance in the area of aircraft recovery, as gained through a thorough review of the literature and interviews with key personnel involved with selected disabled aircraft events. Topics discussed include aircraft recovery guidance (regulatory and nonregulatory guidance), aircraft recovery personnel, aircraft recovery complications, an aircraft recovery plan, and case studies --The consultant attempted to interview the aircraft owner/operator, recovery team personnel, airport management, and manufacturers for ... about the case in question, many of their responses were made in general terms to any experiences they had with aircraft recovery. ... Maintenance personnel are well versed in the recovery process, as are other individuals employed by this aircraft owner/operator.
|Title||:||Expediting Aircraft Recovery at Airports|
|Author||:||C. Daniel Prather|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2012|