APG 036 – Laser Injures JetBlue Pilot


Posted on July 20th, by Capt. Jeff in Podcast. No Comments

APG 036 – Laser Injures JetBlue Pilot
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Don’t laze me, bro! Another pilot suffers vision damage from green laser. United B-757 “plunges” 20,000 feet over the Atlantic. UK mulls relaxing pilot crew duty rules to mirror Europe. Boeing forecasts huge demand for pilots and mechanics through 2031. Ice ball smashes through cathedral roof in Essex. Listener feedback, and more!

LINKS
UK Parliament Transport Committee Flight Time Report
British Airline Pilots Association Video
Tyler McBee’s Positive Rate Photography Site

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