And for anyone that says that this is an isolated incident of 3 supervisors, you are kidding yourself. It is the responsibility of the president and ceo to ensure that all areas of operation are satisfactorily implemented. afterall, the supervisors were hired by them. Therefore the uppermanagement and ceo must be accountable for hiring people that didn't meet the criteria... assuming that the ceo and uppermanagement truly had nothing to do with it in the first place. I have a feeling that the ceo did infact know about this all along and probably appoved of it but looked the other way to save money. That is wreckless and shameful. And even if Kelly didn't know about this, he has to step down for the simple reason that he obviously does not have institutional control over his own company. Stop the lies swa!
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The only reason swa "self reported" this issue was to try to save face by beating these whistleblowers to the punch. Its the whistleblowers we should be thanking for doing their job. It's an embarrassing shame that swa not only "missed" these inspections but also CONTINUED TO FLY THESE PLANES after the revelations. If i was a pilot or flight attendant for swa, i would be very upset and disgusted that my own employers didn't value and respect the importance of my life. So stop drinking the kool-aid and open your eyes!!!! Be truthfuly objective and you'll see the truth.
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