Interview with an airline pilot: Let that bird fly! Let’s do it, but let’s do it safely!
When an aircraft takes to the air everyone hopes for it to land again safely, the passengers, the cabin attendants and the pilots – but also the aircraft’s owners. “For us, everything that happens in the cockpit is about safety, and everything in it is there to prevent errors and to detect them fast,” Michael Langer tells us. As an airline pilot he has been flying aircraft all around the world for the last 20 years.
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