Airline CEO Sees Reduced Long-Haul Crew In Near Future

PARIS—The advent of two-pilot crews in long-haul operations—without a third pilot for rotation during the flight—may be as close as five to six years from now, according to Groupe Dubreuil’s chief airline executive. “The transition phase has begun, the Airbus A350 is cut out for such operations, it...

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