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Special Guest Commentary by Capt. Raul Ryder
This weekend, November 6, marks the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST). Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour before going to sleep on Saturday. But take it easy in Arizona and Hawaii—these states have ditched the practice and follow the same clock year-round.
Thank you to Leadership from the Cockpit followers for submitting great questions for our new “Ask a Pilot” segment. The topic today is unmanned aircraft systems (you may know them as “drones”)—a hot issue on Capitol Hill and in news headlines across the country. Capt. Tim Canoll, ALPA’s president, provides the answers to three interesting questions from followers.
Today, ALPA is excited to announce the launch of “Ask a Pilot” - a new reoccurring segment of the union’s blog Leadership from the Cockpit.
Through this new segment, blog followers can submit aviation-related questions for a chance to have it selected for posting on Leadership from the Cockpit, along with a response from one of ALPA’s airline pilots.
How to participate? 3 Simple Steps:
1) Send your aviation-related questions to Media@alpa.org.
2) Type “Ask a Pilot” in the subject line of the e-mail.
3) If selected, one of our pilots will respond to your question in a future “Ask a Pilot” segment.