In the wake of any tragedy, there are almost always calls for change — changes in laws, changes in regulations, changes in corporate practices. But in practice, that doesn’t always make sense. You typically shouldn’t change policy in response to a single event. Is this example an exception? >>>
When the tragic details of this week’s Germanwings crash became known, among the first questions asked was, “Why was there only one pilot in the cockpit?”
Now, European airlines are rushing to adopt procedures that require two people up front at all times….