It is going to be very difficult to get a qualitative comparison between the human factors of Airbus versus Boeing. It is rather subjective and all pilots arrive on the flight deck of Airbus and Boeing products by way of a long string of smaller airplanes from their first trainer to their most recent ride. We develop preferences along the way.
Over about a five year span I qualified in Boeing, Airbus, Boeing, Airbus (different models) in that order. I have a complete picture of the differences, but I'm not sure I can state flat-out that this is better than that.
For example, I much prefer the Airbus (talking about FBW models here) flight deck as a work environment. It is clean, uncluttered, simple.
On the other hand when I am flying an Airbus I notice that everything I can see is cheap. I see the seats and the interior falling apart in a four year old airplane and I ponder seriously whether the wing might fall off in light turbulence. Such a lack of confidence in the machine surely must be a human factor.
Anyway, good luck with your paper AirxLiban it is a good topic and there is still work to be done in that field. Sorry I cannot offer any substantive help.
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