Pressure On Decision-Making: Clients' Wishes And Safety Can Collide

It wasn’t long after the March 29, 2001, Gulfstream III accident at Aspen that I found myself assigned to a fractional flight from Texas to ASE with a grim weather forecast. While it predicted ASE weather would be above minimums, it also contained the chance of snow showers and visibilities below...

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