Despite the growth and evolution of technology and changes in organisations approach on safety and management, humans are ultimately responsible for ensuring the success and safety of the aviation industry. The results and findings from this study could possibly have applications in the industry that could encourage organisations to consider implementation for improved airworthiness of aircraft, decrease the severity of impacts, improved accessibility to tools and equipment, and even for an enhanced management. Organisations must continue to be knowledgeable, adaptable, dedicated, effective and efficient while exercising good judgment. This study will promote this while highlighting the importance of industry’s continuity to invest in trainings, equipment, and systems that have long-term implications as technology continues to advance rapidly than the capability to foresee how humans will interact with it. This project is executed to deliver real-world recommendations founded from data found on the investigation of BAC One- Eleven G-BJRT, supported by primary and secondary data including published records, journals, articles, and a practical experiment to gather primary data.