Last year I pointed out that throughout Fred George's excellent article, “Crew Scheduling and the New Generation of Ultra-Long-Range Jets” (February 2011, page 38), the word “berth” was misspelled as “birth” and the mention of “two-birth bunk beds” made me wonder if this was a flying maternity ward. Ah, the revenge of the spell checker. But just to show that I read all magazines carefully, I think this excerpt from another publication definitely outclasses the berth/birth situation. To ...


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