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Editorial: Southwest pilot Tammie Jo Shults, calm under pressure, saved lives

A century after airplanes first took to the skies, the concept of flying confounds. Even though air travel is routine, leaving earth to float in an engine-powered tube still feels - at some level, to most commercial air passengers - mysterious or scary.

Any sense of terror is misplaced. Flying is safer than driving. Say it

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