Not quite yet. But today's blog offers a theory from a 777 Captain who's considered all the options. More
Editorial DirectorPaul Bertorelli is editor of The Aviation Consumer and AVweb.com. He is also the deputy editorial director of Belvoir Publications, which publishes Aviation Safety. He was formerly the editor of IFR. Paul's an ATP-CFII-MEI.
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