Date of Award:
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Department name when degree awarded
Robert C. Mecham
This thesis randomly sampled the general aviation pilot population of Utah, Nevada, and Idaho for the purpose of determining the extent of the near midair collision hazards in these areas. The conditions investigated were all possible situations associated with a flight, and all that could be readily answered on a data form without encountering bias in the study.
The thesis provided certain insights into what hazards are to be expected in the general aviation population of the three states under study. It also indicated as much as possible, what the causes were of the hazards and what actions could be taken to remedy or, at best, lessen them.
Hulsman, Robert B., "Near Midair Collisions - The Extent of the Hazard to General Aviation in Utah, Nevada, and Idaho" (1970). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3777.
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