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What Went Wrong-bookcover

By: Graham Deighton

What Went Wrong

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What Went Wrong: Twenty Years of Airline Accidents (1996 to 2015), examines the defining accidents of the period. From the human, procedural and mechanical failures which caused them, as well as some where the final conclusion remains undefined or disputed. To the positive changes they inspired on all those involved and the industry at large, which ultimately helped to make airline transport safer for the world’s travelling public.

What Went Wrong’s greater depth and enhanced insight of the involved issues and investigative process better illustrates—than other publications, documentaries or media coverage—each unfortunate event for the aviation aficionado, enthusiast and the everyday reader alike.

Graham Deighton is a best-selling aviation author and a retired airline pilot whose career spanned thirty years with both a national carrier and a distinguished independent airline.

After a number of notable accidents that changed the industry and his own outlook during his professional life, he was compelled to document these events and the changes they shaped.

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