Pilot Discusses NASA Repot on Air Safety

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The NASA report on air safety relied on input from pilots.

NASA says the report reveals problems that were identified by some 29,000 pilots over a nearly four year period.

Airline pilot Joe D'eon talks about the survey, and discusses what his colleagues think about it. D'eon talks to Alex Chadwick.



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