Pilots union slams NTSB on San Francisco crash reports

07/10/2013 | KPIX-TV (San Francisco) · AVweb

Air Line Pilots Association International, a union representing more than 50,000 pilots from 33 airlines in the U.S. and Canada, said early release of information from National Transportation Safety Board investigation into the recent crash at San Francisco International Airport was "ill-advised." The union says the NTSB reports are incomplete.

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