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Airbus is ready for pilotless jets - are you?


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NO, AND THAT IS IT ???.Pls do not play with people's lives to save yr necks and increase yr profits.

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Auto pilot from takeoff to landing, sure.

Just so you know pilots do not push a button and sit back and relax once we are in the air. The systems do what we tell them to. Each flight is a little bit different even if it is the same route.

Some may argue about systems like autoland; "We don't need pilots anyway. They just push buttons." Whilst there is quite a bit of button pushing we are still in control. Yes, there is tech to land a plane automatically, but that only works in a limited range of conditions. Computers can't feel the subtle changes necessary to land a plane in bad weather.

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well i barely can stand the idea of us flying with a real human pilot how would i even think of flying with a robot that would be way crazy to do.

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Why? What could go wrong?

You are kidding, right?

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Never, never, never..

Why? What could go wrong?

is working on winning over regulators and travelers to the idea.

Good luck on that.

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Not for me personally thanks, but this would be fine for my robot as your passenger, as long as you are insured of course.

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