|Quoting gregarious119 (Reply 1):|
And we didn't have a wing walker, why?
|Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 7):|
For those who aren't aware, a lot of airlines have done away with wing walkers, or reduced them to one per airplane. Because it's cheaper to repair the airplanes than it is to pay wing walkers.
|Quoting horstroad (Reply 13):|
I have never seen a single wing walker at my home base (except for when we tow aircraft into hangars). You shouldn't hit anything if you stayed on the yellow line.
|Quoting rampbro (Reply 9):|
That said, in 90% of the movements I observe, wing-walkers are either absent or ineffective aka not paying attention. Having witnessed a collision incident involving very bad wing-walking, it makes me nervous to see lazy, inattentive rampers barely holding their wands upright.
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