Editorial: Pilots must choose words carefully to prevent alarm

08/13/2009 | Flying magazine

Pilots should choose their words carefully when responding to reporters' questions about highly emotional events such as accidents, according to this editorial. Non-pilots typically don't understand what pilots do, and it's important to avoid influencing perceptions and making the industry sound more dangerous than it is.

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