From: email@example.com Organization: The Boeing Company Date: 10 Feb 96 15:12:12 References: 1
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In article <airliners.1995.2044@ohare.Chicago.COM> firstname.lastname@example.org (Chua Eng Kiat) writes: >Airam J Preto <email@example.com> wrote: >>firstname.lastname@example.org (Vince Alfonso) wrote: > >>>The most obvious exceptions to this local rule are SIA, Cathay and >>>DragonAir. All use expatriate crews extensivley and as such all enjoy >>>a high saftey and service standard ... > >>This is prejudice. > >>Do you really think that the nationality of the crew makes any difference in >>terms of proficiency and professionalism? > >I fully agree with Airam J Preto. > >What basis is there for expatriate crews to be more professional when >compared to Asian crews? None. There was a very interesting article in either Air Transport World or Airline Business within the last 6-8 months (sorry, I can't be more specific) that discussed differences in flight crew interactions amongst different cultures. One point in the article was that cultural differences between east and west make quite a difference in whether or not a first officer will question an order from the captain. Regards, Jim email@example.com My opinions are my own and do not represent the opininons of my employer.