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Did Crossair Improve Safety?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 4:14 pm

It is often said that Crossair's service was fine but the pilots would lack some training. Is that true? I know that Crossair's safety record wasn't the very best during the last two years. Did they improve training or maintenance since then?

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RE: Did Crossair Improve Safety?

Sat Jun 16, 2001 6:24 pm

I think they are really trying to improve and to offer the best security and the best service. They had problems with pilot's salarys, but now the situation has calmed down. I really hope that pilots will get more, because they are angry when they see their collegues with Swissair who earn till 300'000 Swiss Francs (its about 200'000 US Dollar) per year.

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