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DRUNKEN PILOTS! “SAY IT’S NOT SO”

American Eagle pilot accosted by the airport authorities: The recent interception of a potentially drunk pilot by airport authorities is one more black mark on American Eagle Airlines. American Eagle is renowned for engaging in maximum exploitation of their pilots. Or, as the Harvard business school mantra of the mid-70s stated: “Maximum utilization of human…

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A popular commuter turboprop, the Dornier

COMMERCIAL AVIATION’S BLIGHT: REGIONAL CARRIERS

COMMERCIAL AVIATION’S BLIGHT-REGIONAL CARRIERS Once again, a regional airline has embarrassed the aviation community. A Saab 340 aircraft operated by Silver Airways landed at the wrong airport in West Virginia. Silver Airways flight # 4049 was en route to the North Central West Virginia airport but landed at to the Fairmont  Municipal-Frankman Field airport by…

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