Journal Elba Aviation Institute
Current Issue: Volume 1, Special Issue (Türkçe)



Alarming Consequences of Not Employing Authorized Medical Examiners in Authorized Flight Training Organizations

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While there seem too many controversial subjects and no apparent developments in aviation training in Turkey, pilot training ignores some new apprehensions. A survey of 87 pilot candidates at our aviation institution finds adverse mental and physical conditions being self-medicated and unexamined. Pilot training organizations should be legally required to employ authorized medical examiners to prevent accidents made by candidates flying under the influence.


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