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新闻头条Pilot Sues Continental Express

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Pilot Sues Continental Express

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An Atlantic Southeast Airlines pilot has filed a lawsuit against codeshare partner Continental Express claiming retaliation against him and ruin of his professional reputation. The suit claims the pilot was targeted because he took precautionary action during severe weather conditions, costing the company money. In the filing the pilot alleges the airline used his pursuit of treatment for depression during a divorce years before as reasoning for grounding him. (www.aero-news.net) 更多...

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frankfurt982
andy streit 0
Which is why I don't fly on Regionals anymore. Not because of the lack of training, its the threat of being fired from your job for making a safety related decision. I'd be curious to see how many other flights were diverted that day due to weather.
rick737
richard weiss 0
As a pilot, I tend to take sides with pilots. However, it never hurts to have both sides of the story. Let's wait a few years to see how this plays out in the legal system.
Perry1010
Kevin Perry 0
Reasons why i've decided not to pursue a career as an airline pilot...
ABQOOHP
John DuPont 0
I work for a regional, on the ground. And this is classic sop of Regional Airline management. Its all about the company making money, never mind the morality of how the employee is treated.
jmedina94
Julian Medina 0
From the video Flying Cheap on Frontline, "Move the rig." Seems like this is the phrase used in most of the regional airlines. That really needs to change. Safety needs to be put first!
JD345
JD345 0
Most of us here have probably heard enough regional airline horror stories that this isn't a shock at all.

That of course doesn't mean the boss is always out to get everybody... and there's enough pooch-screwers in every line of work...
preacher1
preacher1 0
Andy: I hope you live in and fly to a Hub otherwise you will fly a regional and actually in between some hubs anymore. I'm with Richard. Let's see what the lawyers do.