Re: AA965 proves Airbus bashers deadly wrong

From:         rna@gsb-crown.Stanford.EDU (Robert Ashcroft)
Organization: Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Date:         22 Jan 96 04:40:40 
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In article <1996Jan14.154737.1@eisner.decus.org>,
Jean-Francois Mezei <mezei_jf@eisner.decus.org> wrote:
>In article <4dajge$a6s@gsb-crown.Stanford.EDU>, rna@gsb-crown.Stanford.EDU (Robert Ashcroft) writes:
>> You're beginning to catch on, JF.
>>
>> It's only been relatively recently that computers have been able to
>> simulate airflow over an entire airframe.
>
>There are pionners and innovators and then thare are those carefull and
>conservative types.
>

>Airbus is the one who innovated and took the risks. And yes, it had problems.

For something you admit wasn't necessary.  Risks you apparently think
subjected innocent passengers to beta software.

Jeez, sounds criminally negligent to me.

RNA