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Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

How about some ways to avoid winding up at the wrong airport? Barrier 1. Check the boarding pass against the gate information on the flight. Do not tolerate
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
May 13
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12186

Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

Bill, et al— I don’t have a suggestion of a new way to end up at the wrong airport, but I recall a related error-likely situation I lived through that was
Dick Swanson
May 13
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12185

Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

Most probably more, for one getting off in Italy 🇮🇹 when Vienna is in Austria 🇦🇹 Though that would be deplaning when one should have checked the
Roger Willmott
May 13
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12184

Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

Scott, Thanks.  It appears that there are four ways to end up at the wrong airport:1) Get on the wrong aircraft.2) Get on an aircraft that goes to the wrong
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
May 11
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12183

Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

Or the aircraft lands at a different airport for a multitude of possible reasons. I once had a diversion of my initial flight due to a power outage at the
Noga, Scott T
May 11
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12182

Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

Roger, Thanks. I'm sad to hear about such a trying experience. It appears that there are three ways to end up at the wrong airport:1) Get on the wrong
Dr. Bill Corcoran
May 11
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12181

Re: The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

My wife was flying from Lisbon Portugal to Almaty Kazakhstan, she had to change flights in Vienna Italy. On the way between Lisbon and Vienna there was a stop
Roger Willmott
May 11
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12180

The Economist: When flyers end up in the wrong cities

Have you ever wound up at the wrong airport? I chatted right through a stop at Hartford and was shocked at Providence. The airline had changed the order of the
Dr. Bill Corcoran
May 8
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12179

Re: OSHA Orders Wells Fargo to Pay $5.4M to Whistleblower - Zuckerma

Paul, Thanks for the link below. OSHA Orders Wells Fargo to Pay $5.4M to Whistleblower - Zuckerman Law ... OSHA Orders Wells Fargo to Pay $5.4M to
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Apr 3
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12178

Blackmail and the Chilling Effect

I'm looking for examples and citations for the following; Observation: Blackmail canbe used to create a chilling effect by threatening to report a
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Mar 28
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12177

Exxon Valdez Cleanup LTBL

Please post your lessons to be learned on the youtube site and let us know about them. https://youtu.be/fgjo-4UnBF0 https://youtu.be/fgjo-4UnBF0
drbillcorcoran
Mar 24
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12176

Fukushima Lessons to be Learned (LTBL) March 19, 2017

Refinement14 March19, 2017   FukushimaLessons to be Learned (LTBL) March 19, 2017   Whatwere the lessons to be learned (LTBL) from Fukushima? Isthere a list
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Mar 19
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Fukushima Lessons to be Learned (LTBL) March 14, 2017 Version

    Fukushima Lessons to beLearned (LTBL)   What were the lessons to belearned (LTBL) from Fukushima? Is there a list somewhere?Who has it?     Lesson to
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Mar 14
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Re: Fukushima Lessons to be Learned (LTBL)

Bill, I am stretching my recall here, and I no longer have the material that I am recalling. With those caveats, it is my recollection that the original siting
Sam Hobbs
Mar 10
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12173

Fukushima Lessons to be Learned (LTBL)

  Fukushima Lessons to beLearned (LTBL)   What were the lessons to belearned (LTBL) from Fukushima? Is there a list somewhere?Who has it?     Lesson to be
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Mar 10
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