Procedural omissions and errors have been an inherent problem in aviation since 1935 when a B-17 crashed shortly after takeoff to the era of today’s advanced aircraft. Paper, then electronic, checklists were developed to address those omissions and errors. Electronic checklists attempt to further reduce paper checklist errors and results indicate some improvements have occurred. However, new error modes and unique challenges surfaced with electronic checklists that must be recognized and addressed.
Note: This is a non-peer refereed literature review paper.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Myers, P. L. (2016). Commercial Aircraft Electronic Checklists: Benefits and Challenges (Literature Review). International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace, 3(1). http://doi.org/10.15394/ijaaa.2016.1112