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RNP—The TLA that's A-OK!

sheaser
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We use a lot of acronyms around here. Usually, they're three-word terms shortened down to a three letter acronym or as I call it, a TLA. On Red Belly Radio this week, I'll explain one of the TLAs you may have been hearing about lately--RNP. While it can stand for Really Nice Passengers, it can also stand for Required Navigation Performance.

My guest is David “Fig” Newton and he knows WAY more about this than we have time for in this episode, but if you want to learn about how it works and what it does, this is the podcast to listen to.
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Anonymous428
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I like to travel on SWA, the agents are always helpful about getting me booked on the flight I want if I am having any problem. The people who work on board the planes couldn't be friendlier or more professional than any other I've encountered in over 40 years of flying. What more can I say!