Flight Automation Leaves Pilots Powerless
When an automated plane system fails, it falls on the pilots to correct the issue, ensuring all passengers are safe.
In the rare occasion when a pilot cannot take manual control over the plane, the potential for disaster is significant. Experienced pilot, Kevin Sullivan was faced with this situation in 2008 while flying Qantas Flight 72, carrying 303 passengers.
LHD Aviation expert, Michael Hyland who is acting for Captain Sullivan, has been quoted as saying the incident has had a devastating impact. “The QF72 incident was a science-fiction nightmare that became a reality,” he says.
LHD Lawyers have worked on some of the world’s biggest recent aviation disasters including MH17 and Qantas Flight QF32. If you or a family member has been affected by an aviation disaster then LHD Lawyers can help. We work to ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
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