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There is so much we still don't know but here is the deal on what we do a commercial -- -- -- airport runway in Madrid at a 152 people are dead.
Some of us here think about it happening.
Over there and think we're safe over here and that it was a Spanish airliner and are hurting Spanish airliner at that.
Labor problems lots -- problems maybe a uniquely European set of problems.
And haven't there been a lot more foreign plane -- as an American plane crashes maybe.
But this was an American and the 82 a variant of the MD eighty.
The same kind of plane -- fleet was virtually grounded earlier this year it everywhere actually.
Because of wiring it says there is simply no way of knowing whether any disease is treated as tragic crash -- take off for span air flight JK 5022 today.
We can speculate about all the labor strife that's -- How just before this -- -- pilots had just threaten to strike claim that accident was about to sack 1000 workers and cut capacity by a quarter.
The status pilots -- -- saying simply anti quote.
The organized chaos in which the company exists can't continue now stronger forces could force that point.
Here's my point.
Crashes are rare but lately these issues of safety and reliability have not -- We have had commercial pilots on this very show risking exposure and worse and saying safety is indeed being compromised everywhere.
Former and present FAA officials saying the system itself is being -- And even confident airline industry CEOs insisting that -- safety.
Remains a priority soaring fuel and labor costs remain a more constant reality.
It is split and I think even -- to say because airline -- -- so rare they should not be taken out of context.
I agree flying is generally -- but problems we seen cannot be cavalierly ignored.
Planes are getting older flying longer and -- work forces that are getting smaller.
I'm not saying wires are getting -- -- I am saying it's already quite clear the tempers are.
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