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With the recent near-death experiences at United Airlines known internally among its employees, UAL’s CEO Scott Kirby has now pumped out a counter-message by placing a video on UAL's Flying Together internal website.
The video, which has been aired on CBS Morning show addresses the replacement of experienced white guys with a new demographic.
What the video does not address is that there are lots of rumors among the staff that UAL’s Aviate Academy in Arizona has many students repeating their training multiple times.
These retrained students are in need to get proficient enough to pass the next phase called the “checkride.”
“The newbies are being pushed through the program because of a demographic, not a trained skill,” said a source.
Many pilots are trained in the U.S. military, flying academies, and work their way up through the industry from regional to the major airlines.
Current and retired United Airlines employees are exasperated with Kirby’s attempt to “sell” his narrative and not explain the full story to the public.
“Many of the unvaccinated with decades of experience of flying do not meet the jab or demographic need of the airline! UAL is setting up for a hull loss (tragic accident),” says a former United Airlines pilot.
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What level of incompetence must it take for a CEO to take such counter productive actions against his own company. Mandating an untested, experimental "vaccine" for pilots whose livelyhood is dependent on their excellent health is an ultra high risk gamble. The recent spate of "Died Suddenly" events doesn't seem to bother him at all. If he was secretly being paid by Delta Airlines, would things look any different? I can't wait for his book "How To Destroy An Airline".
There are consequences. For Every Action, There Is An Opposite And Equal Reaction.
I just interviewed for United Airlines the other day and I can tell you, the entire interview group was white males. The following group behind ours was mostly white with only one female candidate. The push for diversity is very slow to fruition.