This paper describes the development and implementation of analysis methods for identifying human factors safety vulnerabilities associated with the mixed-fleet flying of the Boeing 767-400 and 777. The results of the analysis were two sets of vulnerabilities: those with potentially critical pilot performance consequences that should be further tested, and those with minor consequences that should be considered when developing procedures and training for the mixed-fleet flying program. A longitudinal study was conducted that included data collection to address the potentially critical vulnerabilities. Examples of how vulnerabilities were addressed with video data from the study are presented and conclusions from the analysis are described.
& New, M.
(2005). Analysis Methods for Determining the Safety Consequences of Mixed-Fleet Flying. 2005 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 473-478.