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The captions and interviews have been removed from these videos so that they can be used by the trainers to facilitate discussion on the causal factors.

Suggested questions are:

  • What were the primary causes of the monitoring lapses?
  • What monitoring tasks should have been carried out?
  • How could the crew have managed the distractions?
  • How should the tasks have been prioritised?
  • How could the crew have avoided the occurrence of the incident?

B757: Near stall at Exeter

A319: 700ft Level bust in climb en-route from Gatwick to Nice

A319: 900ft Level bust in climb en-route from Heathrow to Glasgow

A319: 1000ft Level bust and airprox in hold at Lambourne

Dash 8: Q400 GPWS alert on approach to Exeter