Hawkeye Aircraft was approached by a client that thought they needed to purchase an aircraft. The client had been using a fractional provider for some of their flying and based on conversations with various people thought they were ready to own. Our initial conversations revealed several possible aircraft that the client had considered. The client had done good research and listed the pros and cons of each choice. We suggested that they fill out the first couple of sections of our proprietary evaluation form to summarize what they want to accomplish and the missions with expected passengers that would use the aircraft. We reviewed the data with our client and advised that we felt a combination of a card provider or fractional share was the best fit.
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The B stalled , fell to the ground and exploded, killing Holland and the three other field-grade officers on board the aircraft. In addition, one person on the ground suffered injuries during the accident, but survived. The crash was captured on video and was shown repeatedly on news broadcasts throughout the world. The subsequent investigation concluded that the crash was attributable primarily to three factors: Holland's personality and behavior; USAF leaders' delayed or inadequate reactions to earlier incidents involving Holland; and the sequence of events during the aircraft's final flight. The crash is now used in military and civilian aviation environments as a case study in teaching crew resource management.
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In: Other Topics. General Aviation Hangar Restoration Read the following case to answer the following questions. Describe the nature of the project, and its key objectives. Describe the key problem s in this project and the strategies used to address these problems. Introduction This case example, although for a very small project, illustrates some interesting features of planning using critical path analysis.