WASHINGTON—Ramping up its opposition to proposed research into single-pilot cargo aircraft, the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) union released results of an on-line survey July 31 showing that most respondents oppose removing pilots from airline flight decks. The survey, conducted for ALPA by marketing research firm Ipsos Public Affairs from July 19-24, drew results from a randomly selected sample of 1,109 adults. Some 81% of respondents said they would be uncomfortable flying as ...

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