crews of "defensive driving" on the ground is one thing. But accusing them of inventing their own go-around, flying in the face of established air safety edict (and procedures violations) is another.
Your AMT trainee status gives you NO range to criticize the flight crews at WN
or ANY airline for that matter. Just because you see an aircraft with "Southwest" painted on the tail do something different from another aircraft doesn't mean it's not supposed to do it.
There ARE speed limits on the ramp ya know.....food for thought.
Yes, on some, there are. Not all, by any stretch of the imagination. Taxiways are a different story. WN
crews taxi at safe speeds on any surface.
pilots do not willingly, to the best of their knowledge, break ANY rules, nor does management endorse such behavior in any way. Flying remains a profession, you know. For you to accuse anyone of this, with your total lack of knowledge on the subject, is totally ridiculous. But hey, this is Airliners.net, what's new?