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American Airlines pilots subpoenaed by NTSB to give interviews in JFK near-missThe NTSB said Friday they have issued subpoenas to force the pilots of an American Airlines jet to sit for recorded interviews about a close call on a runway at New York’s Kennedy Airport last month. “NTSB has determined that this investigation requires that the flight crew interviews be audio recorded and transcribed by a court reporter to ensure the highest degree of accuracy, completeness, and efficiency,” the agency said in a preliminary report. “As a result of the flight crew’s repeated… (www.dallasnews.com) More...
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I hate articles with paywall blocking links.Try this instead https://www.flightglobal.com/safety/us-ntsb-subpoenas-american-airlines-pilots-involved-in-jfk-runway-incursion/152018.article
Thank you Chris.
Thank you sir. DM News has had a paywall for years so I knew that clicking the original link would be futile.
I just put in a junk email address and it allowed me to continue. No paywall...
FYK there's a handy Chrome Extension named "Admiral Sucks!" that takes care of it on most pages (though not the New York Times).
In this day and age, recorded interviews should be expected in all cases where public safety is in question. Police unions have accepted vest/dash cams as part of their members employment. Pilots should expect all actions to be monitored when they're on a plane, and their actions to be subject to review after an incident.