Old 4th Jun 2016, 11:47
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Originally Posted by Ian W View Post
At the moment the aircraft operators are freeloading on the international community to pick up the pieces and even to organize the inquiry and tell those operators where they fell short of operating correctly. I do not think that this is acceptable given that relatively cheap simple technological fixes could reduce these costs to the international community substantially.
But you could equally argue that the international community and the industry as a whole, not just the operator of the aircraft in question, stands to benefit from the recovery, investigation and any resulting findings and safety recommendations.
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