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Europe Mulls Single-Pilot Airline Ops

In a logical extension of the “those things just about fly themselves” line of thinking, a European study is exploring the possibility of single-pilot airline operations. Launched in January, the $40 million, 42-month research project is called ACROSS, an acronym for “Advanced Cockpit for Reduction of Stress (and workload).” ( More...

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I would be shocked if the flying public allowed it. Quite honestly, I'm a little dubious about the whole thing. I know it's being done for some corporate operations, but still...
matt jensen 2
Heck, why bother with a pilot at all. Use it like a drone.


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