Airlines Changing Cockpit Procedure After Germanwings Crash

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    Yesterday I shared my thoughts about the Germanwings tragedy, which is just so tough to come to terms with. It's one thing to lose family or friends in a "true" accident, but given what we know now, I can't even begin to imagine what it's like for the friends and family of the victims onboard, knowing it was a deliberate act. The one minor silver lining when it comes to air disasters is that corrective action is almost always quickly taken, so that the same mistake hopefully doesn't happen again. One of the things I talked about yesterday was how on US airlines there are always two people in the cockpit: The post Airlines Changing Cockpit Procedure After Germanwings Crash appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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