As Ethiopian Airlines flight ET702 flew past its scheduled destination of Rome, aviation experts and novices alike were sharing information online at the speed of light. Once the aircraft had landed, it was discovered that it was a rogue co-pilot who had forced the plane to proceed to Geneva in order to seek asylum. No one was injured or harmed.
Though, it’s what happened before the aircraft touched down that should be of concern to aviation executives globally. This deck offers insights and lessons.