Cabin Crew Proficiency

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Just before 14:00 local time on Saturday, Oct. 29, 1988, the captain of a chartered Challenger 600 taxied back on Runway 15 at Colorado’s Aspen-Pitkin County/Sardy Field in preparation for the standard departure from the southeast end of Runway 33. He executed a 180-deg. turn and commenced the...

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