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"Human error – the downside of having a brain". The general admittance of the reality of human error is the most important safety step made by the airline industry for decades.
When the first prototype of Boeing’s model 299, the later prestigious B-17 Flying Fortress, crashed on its maiden flight killing or wounding all on board, Boeing’s most qualified test pilots were at the controls. Nevertheless they forgot to remove the gust locks, which again disabled the maneuverability of the aircraft.
If you ask ten airline pilots to define “good airmanship”, you will get eleven answers. That is one of the arguments for establishing procedures: To standardize understanding and behavior.
"Human error is the downside of having a brain"