1984-10-01

Situation Versus Command 841638

Two types of flight information are provided to pilots, situational and command. Situation information tells the pilot the state of the aircraft and its flight path while command information tells the pilot what to do and is not related to any given situation. This paper discusses why it is extremely important for the pilot be he provided with appropriate and adequate situation information in all aircraft hut especially in modern highly-automated aircraft.

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