The Superiority of U.S. Airplane Landing & Safety Procedures

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Running head: U.S. LANDING PROCEDURES
The Superiority of U.S. Airplane Landing & Safety Procedures
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Airport landing procedures in the U.S. are remarkably stringent, particularly in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks. However, U.S. procedures represent the most powerful risk management tools available for commercial aviation today, and should be adopted by other countries with less methodical procedures in place.
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I hereby submit the following report entitled, “The Superiority of U.S. Airplane Landing...
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