Ireland’s Air Accident Investigation Unit is recommending that Ryanair remind its pilots of the importance of “timely communications” with passengers in emergency situations, one of four recommendations the safety agency issued on July 8 in its final report on a May 2011 incident. On a flight from Liverpool to Dublin, the pilots of the 737-800 had mistakenly missed a checklist item to turn on the aircraft’s air conditioning packs before takeoff, causing the ...
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