Yep. I've seen people drive belt loaders into a plane, then push a plane right back into another plane before. Same person. To my knowledge, they're still at SWA on the ramp. Pretty much as long as you say "Yeah, I goofed" and pass the drug test they give ya, odds of keeping your job are actually pretty good.You might be surprised at how much damage a person can do and still keep their job.
Well... wingtip beats winglet.So elevator beats rudder. If we only knew what winglet beats, we could do a PSA version of rock paper scissors.
or maybe 200, 700 or 900?
Dont forget the concept of the marshaller or pushback coordinator to LOOK at his wingwalker!How difficult is the concept of not pushing a plane backwards in a crowded ramp without some wing walkers?
And how difficult of a concept is it for wing walkers to actually look at the airplane and make sure it does not hit anything.