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I got drunkenly talked into going on a Carribean cruise last year and im flying this friday, in total its gonna be 4 flights with Air France, I fly from Manchester to Paris - then Paris to Miami, im really really worried about it for 2 main reasons - first of all i havent been on a long haul flight in about 10 years and secondly im flying with Air France!!
I know Air France has been discussed on here before but it was just on the subject of the crash itself and i havent found any discussions of people being anxious to fly with them, i was just wondering if it has made them really improve on the quality of the airbus? im guessing naturally when a disaster happens it would make the airline even more safer than before.
I think i just need the reassurance
Thanks in advance
Hi there You can be certain that any problems that have involved any aircraft will be rectified throughout the entire fleet of aircrfat around thge world. That's the way aviation works. Air Franc eare a good airline...no need to worry about that at all.
There seems to have been a problem with the speed sensor on the Air France Airbus and I know that crews have been advised on how to fly the aircraft without this information. This is a normal part of training but has been re-visited recently.
You don't need to be wished luck...you're in safe hands all the way.
Captain Keith...and my congratulations for facing your fear....WELL DONE GENERAL!!
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