The last few months have been fraught with tragedy and all of us at Aero Crew News extend our sympathies to all impacted by recent events. There is nothing that can be said to ease the pain of families who have lost, but the truth is, each of us is affected when there is a failure among us. We feel it in our guts. So, we take the requisite deep breaths and carry on with our business of collectively moving millions of passengers and a tremendous amount of the world’s commercial products. In perspective, ours is a very safe industry and we hold on to that fact every day. There is none among us who doesn’t want to be flawless and we dedicate ourselves to that every day. Our goal at Aero Crew News is to provide a small part of what will make us all better pilots and crew members.
I hope by the time this is published, the MAX will be back in the air with all the questions answered. We know that Boeing and the NTSB are laboring tirelessly and diligently to address the issue with the MAX. All manufacturers work to ensure that every operation is safe and productive from the giants to the home-builts. We put our trust in the manufacturers, the regulators and our airlines. But, we must always remember that the millions of people who board our flights put trust in their pilots first.
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Craig D. Pieper