Aircraft brake failure is, fortunately, a rare occurrence in aviation, and if proper maneuvers are applied, there is a low chance for damage. Early aircraft were not built with brakes as their speeds were slower, and they usually landed in non-paved runways which provided enough friction to stop the plane. Advances in both plane and runway technology necessitated the need for a braking system on the ground. The braking technology on modern aircraft is sophisticated and can be tested at any time while flying. Early identification and execution of emergency procedures can also reduce the risk of injury or damage in the event of a mechanical braking issue.
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