What happened to the debate on contaminated cabin air? Incidentally, I don’t mean the issue of selecting an excess of recirculated air in the cabin to save fuel by reducing engine bleed, I mean toxic fumes from bleed air that have partially incapacitated crews and, in some cases, robbed them of their health and their […]
Archive | June, 2008
Airlines face a potentially dangerous squeeze. The average experience level of pilots will reduce as the industry expands, so that makes training more important, but airlines can’t afford to improve training because the fuel price is sapping their ability to invest in it. Thousands of hours of flying doesn’t necessarily make a good pilot. It’s […]
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