"No!" Passengers hate to hear it. It means "no," you won't be leaving on time. It means "no," you won't make your on-going flight connections. It means "no," you won't make it to your event on time. Pilots hate to say it. We hate to disappoint our customers. But often, it's the safest word and… Continue reading The Last Word in Safety…
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1. Why did you write this book? Over the years I’ve found that a lot of people are interested in aviation. This is an attempt to share the unique aspects of this job with the many aviation enthusiasts who are interested in what happens“up front” in an airliner. 2. Which airline did you fly for? I flew… Continue reading QUESTIONS TO THE AUTHOR
This recent news item won't bring any joy to the hearts of travellers: More Frequent Weather-Related Flight Diversions "Weather delays in the U.S. have been trending higher the past four years, upending historical patterns and jumping to an 11-year high for this year’s summer storm season, according to government data for the 30 biggest airports."… Continue reading Diversions – meh!