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An Open Letter From a Flight Attendant: 'Germanwings - What is going on in Aviation?'

Germanwings – What’s going on in Aviation?


The Germanwings (4U9525) tragedy has hit our industry hard. Flight attendants everywhere started to question the age-old truth: pilots are part of the same team that we are part of. 817 more words

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Former JetBlue pilot from Mequon suing airline after his 2012 in-flight meltdown - but why?

(WITI/CNN) — A former JetBlue pilot who scared passengers when he yelled about terrorists and bombs during a flight is suing the airline for nearly $15 million. 324 more words

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Ex-JetBlue Pilot Sues Airline, Claiming It Didn't Recognize His Illness In Mid-Flight Freakout

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — A former JetBlue Airways pilot who scared passengers by yelling about Jesus and al Qaeda in 2012 has sued the airline for $16 million, claiming that it jeopardized the flight by failing to recognize he was ill. 274 more words

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JetBlue Pilot Who Yelled During Flight Over Texas Sues Airline For $16M

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NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A JetBlue Airways pilot who scared passengers by yelling about Jesus and al-Qaida in 2012 has sued the airline for $16 million, saying it jeopardized the flight by failing to recognize he was ill. 252 more words

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JetBlue pilot who disrupted flight sues airline for $16M

NEW YORK – A JetBlue Airways pilot who scared passengers by yelling about Jesus and al-Qaida in 2012 has sued the airline for $16 million ($20 million Cdn.), saying it jeopardized the flight by failing to recognize he was ill. 103 more words

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Pilot who had in-flight meltdown to be released

(CNN) — The JetBlue pilot who was locked out of his cockpit and tackled by passengers after an apparent in-flight meltdown seven months ago will be freed.       308 more words

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JetBlue pilot charged in mid-flight outburst should go free, Texas judge rules

AMARILLO, Texas — A JetBlue Airways pilot who disrupted a cross-country flight by leaving the cockpit and yelling about religion and terrorists should be freed rather than committed to a mental health facility, a Texas judge ruled Friday. 558 more words

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