NASA Releases Air Safety Survey

NASA begrudgingly releases the findings of an extensive survey on air safety.

The agency had previously refused to make the report public, fearing it could have a negative impact on airline profits and upset travelers.

New York Timesreporter Matthew Wald talks to Alex Chadwick about the survey's results.

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