Canada Suffers ‘Buckle Up’ Blues Over Instruction Tone

WASHINGTON—Despite 21 passengers being injured due to jet stream turbulence in December 2015 near Anchorage, Alaska, on an Air Canada Boeing 777-300ER en route from Shanghai to Toronto, Canadian safety authorities have not requested any changes to seatbelt rules for air carriers. The peculiarity...

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