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Indonesian investigators are saying that "poor weather may be a factor". Our readers who have bought the flight coach audio or book will know that I refute bad weather as a 'cause 'of accidents. It may be a factor, just like hazardous road conditions can be, but it should always be possible to avoid bad weather using standard operating procedures. The Cork air crash a couple of years ago was blamed on "fog". Yet a plane, operated correctly, can do so safely in bad weather. Flight coach subscribers should remain confident that despite the three crashes in the area of SE Asia last year, 2014 was amazingly safe. That increase in safety looks likely to continue. 2015 and beyond can be even more safe - check out our site for recommended practices when booking a flight to further enhance your own safety.
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