If a Loved One Were on Flight 370, What Would I Want to Know.


I try to fly American or European airlines.  If I ever make it to Israel, of course, El Al.  I have more faith in them, just that simple.

If a loved one were on Flight 370, I would want the following:

1.    Complete disclosure, without fanfare.

2.  I would want to know more about the pilots.  An example?  An Egyptair flight, that went down off Cape Cod in 1999.  It turned out the Co Pilot had just been demoted.  If he was that angry, why was he flying?

3.  Complete updates on maintenance.

 

I don’t blame the families for their anger and anguish.  The Malaysian Government has a lot of explaining to do.

 

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About tucsonmike

I am originally from Brooklyn, New York and now live in Tucson, Arizona. I have discovered a passion for writing. I have five books out now, with a sixth on the way. Take a look @ my book list: The Search for Livingstone An Affair of the Heart The Search for Otzi Griffith Justice in Space. Moriarty The Life and Times of a Criminal Genius Available now on Smashwords - Amazon and Barnes and Noble As to not bore my public with just "Buy my book," I am also interested in baseball, the outdoors, art, architecture, technology, the human mind and DNA. I learned Ashkenazi Jews, of which I am one, have to lowest rate of Alzheimer's in the world. Therefore, I treat my brain as a muscle needing a workout. I enjoy good food, flirtation, beautiful women (I am happily married for thirty years), so just flirting ;) I was considered autistic when I was young, trying to figure out if I have a mild form of Aspergers and learning from that. That is for future posts. You can also see I love history. Enjoy my sarcastic silly look at the world, and making History more interesting than a textbook.
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3 Responses to If a Loved One Were on Flight 370, What Would I Want to Know.

  1. I’m still reeling over the decision to notify the families of the passengers’ presumed deaths via text. That was totally uncalled-for and an act of cowardice.

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