One pilot reviews the recently released ‘Sully: Miracle on the Hudson’ movie and asks if it's the best film about the piloting profession we have seen for many years.
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The film Sully: A Miracle on the Hudson is based on a real-life event where a plane came into contact with a flock of Canada geese shortly after take-off. The incident caused all engines to fail, forcing Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger to make the tough decision to make the emergency landing on the Hudson river in New York. But just how common are birdstrikes, and how dangerous are they?
This year discussions at ADC focussed on the hot topic of burnout and the long-term effects of fatigue, as well as the implications and opportunities of Brexit.
Former BALPA technical rep, Captain John Marriott, reviews the roles and responsibilities of safety reps and also reveals how crucial they can be in supporting BALPA members.