Sorry if already posted. The latest OZ Crash thread was already archived.
US Department of Transportation investigating Asiana crash response plan (or lack thereof?)
|Quoting cjg225 (Reply 2):|
True. I find the idea of the photographers worse, though.
|Quoting Byrdluvs747 (Reply 1):|
The ticket agent in that photo looks cold, robotic, and unfeeling.
|Quoting cjg225 (Thread starter):|
A few airlines view filing the documents as a box to check if they want to fly in the United States and don't prepare for what to do should a plane crash, according to several aviation disaster consultants.
"We do have some foreign and domestic carriers that only want to submit a plan and then do no additional consultation with us on their planning and preparedness," said Vivian Marinelli, senior director of crisis management services at FEI Behavioral Health, a firm which helps airlines devise family response plans. "It is only after an accident that they realize how critical this really is."