Virgin Atlantic Grounds International Flight After Realizing Pilot Isn’t Properly Trained

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20 thoughts on “Virgin Atlantic Grounds International Flight After Realizing Pilot Isn’t Properly Trained

  1. My dirt bag of a father was a quality assurance manager for Boeing for years. An by Boeing yes I'm talking about the company that makes most of the planes airlines use. So basically his job was to sign off on inspection work an make sure the planes where legit to fly. An my God when I say you should deplane immediately if it's a Boeing airlines you better listen 😂😂😂😂. If this piece of shit is signing off on inspection paperwork for aircrafts no one should get on them 😂😂😂😂.

  2. I think people misunderstood, the pilot was fully licensed to fly the aircraft. What he didn't have was the "trainer" designator which would allow him to have a Co-Pilot.

    Virgin Atlantics internal Standards and policy Exceed FAA regulations, so eventho its not legally required Virgin Atlantic made the decision to return the plane (and rightfully so) for violating it's own internal policy.

  3. To be fair the air industry is a incredibly complex system. With thousands of flights everyday mistakes are GOING to happen. Many airline assessments are for company specific training but are already certified to fly. It’s normal for civilians to panic at something like this but those pilots are well trained even without a couple company trainings.

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