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Airline passengers’ rights to information and the strange case of the right to be informed about destinations
This research explored whether airline passengers wanted more rights to know about the safety and economic conditions of their flights, as well as the right to be reimbursed if they decided not to flight because of ...
The effect of propaganda about climate change on people’s desire to fly
The theory of Psychological Reactance suggests that in response to regulations or impositions that impinge upon real or perceived freedoms and autonomy, people may find the restricted behaviour or product appeared more ...
A pilot test of the effect of mild-hypoxia on unrealistically optimistic risk judgements
Although hypoxia is believed to occur above altitudes of 10,000 ft, some have suggested that effects may occur at lower altitudes. This pilot study explored risk judgments under conditions of mild hypoxia (simulated ...
New technologies in general aviation
This research explored the technological needs of GA pilots at international levels. Overall, single pilot operators tend to value costs as the most important feature of any technology, followed by technology that helps ...
Increased risk of multi-crew operations: examining the effect of group polarisation on perceived invulnerability in general aviation pilots
According to the theory of group polarisation, perceived invulnerability could be greater in multi-crew operations than for single pilots. The purpose of this study was to measure the level of perceived invulnerability ...