JetBlue Actions Show How Training Altered Cockpit CultureAlan Levin and Mary Schlangenstein
More than three decades ago, a United Airlines jet crashed in Portland, Oregon, killing 10 people, because the co-pilot and flight engineer didn’t speak up.
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