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Implementation of tools such as FDA could have pinpointed precursors to the major accident types, namely runway excursions, controlled flight into terrain and loss of control.
These procedures also expected to eliminate non-precision approaches and reduce the risk associated with controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) near the airport.
The IP was extremely shaken by the near controlled flight into terrain (CFIT), so I kept the controls and landed at NAS Jax.
``The two most frequently identified consequences of these accidents are collision with terrain, water or an obstacle and controlled flight into terrain.
Sensis ADS-B transceivers will be deployed to help reduce mid-air collisions, weather-related accidents, and controlled flight into terrain events in this environmentally challenging state.
BATEMAN For his insight, creativity, and farsightedness in fostering the introduction of both Ground Proximity Warning Systems and Enhanced GPWS, which dramatically reduced the number of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) accidents--resulting in immeasurable reduction of fatalities and saving countless lives.
The procedures also will eliminate non-precision approaches and reduce the risk associated with controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) near the airport.
Eliminating controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) continues to be a major challenge for many aviation communities.