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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 3, 2012:|
Feels like i am in the cockpit myself!
| A visitor from - posted Sat May 12, 2012:|
| A visitor from - posted Tue June 30, 2009:|
I used to overhaul A320 flight-decks and the switches get filthy from being touched all the time. We always took great care to finalize our overhaul by cleaning as much as we had time for. It's probably a good idea for pilots to wear gloves. It would tend to keep the flight deck more sanitary throughout it's daily utilization hours. Typical daily usage is 8, 9 or 10 hours a day or more. That's a LOT of fingers on the switchology. As a taxi mechanic I always prefered nitrile gloves. They are very natural feeling and keep skin oils from contaminating the various surfaces.
| A visitor from - posted Sun June 28, 2009:|
Hey look m.j. is flying!
| A visitor from United States posted Sun June 28, 2009:|
The driving gloves are the icing on the cake.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun June 28, 2009:|
Love the cockpit lights of the A320. By the way why is the first officer wearing gloves?