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Landing Gear - Improperly secured parts

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In addition to mechanically or material related failures, DVI’s Aviation Human Factors Experts can assess possible Pilot Errors associated with a gear up landing. Some cockpit designs place the landing gear switch in close proximity to the lower portion of the instrument panel. Shorter pilots that adjust their seats closer to the controls have a reduced separation from their knees to the landing control switch. During the landing phase, pilots shift their feet to the top of the rudder pedals to apply the brakes and all too often they inadvertently bump the landing gear switch into the up position

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