How airlines deal with emergency situations?

Weekend Special | August 24, 2019
When the time of crisis comes and the worst happens, nobody wants to be in their shoes. But it is their job to rise to the occasion and respond in emergency situations as quickly and efficiently as possible. AeroTime has talked with Susanna Halonen-Manner, the Vice President Emergency Response in Norwegian Group Airlines since 2015, on the role of leadership, organizational expertise, and the hard facts of crisis communication. 
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