United Airlines turns to NASCAR pit crews for quicker turnover

Up to Speed: David Kerley joins airline ramp leaders for pit crew training.
2:14 | 06/07/19

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Transcript for United Airlines turns to NASCAR pit crews for quicker turnover
Doesn't NASCAR. It through early colleagues have to do with your next life should look like fabricate you might be surprised. I didn't really let's get you up to speed. For NASCAR crew quick pit stop to mean the difference between winning and losing a race. For an airline turning around an aircraft quickly means money. Which is why United Airlines believes it's ramp workers can learn something. NASCAR hits and. We are trying to turn aircraft quicker opposite quick turns are important to us they're all about safety efficiency and speed and as fox where the car it. Same thing for us all that for us is the operational safety zone that the aircraft then. A NASCAR pit stop is just a bit more than ten seconds. Apple would be asked to educate kids to get all that worked on so fast there are lot. On communications. Monitored by hooligans and safety fundraiser and stage clean and effective workspace organizations. We talk about. He unity and how we share responsibility for a great leadership roles within that pain not just from the top down from. The bottom up I don't think it's a gimmick I think the real. Three United Airlines teams are competing on this day in North Carolina the home of NASCAR and I thought it surprises along the way it at queer as they hit the tarmac they realized lug nuts littered the pavement the team has to decide. How to get the job done. Do you really. With quick bat and beat. That's what weekly. With your teammates and his get accomplished. United first practice a decade ago and learned this kind of training. Can shave seven minutes off the turn time through jetliner. It's slow it's fast and that makes sense to me that he can't be an ever. He'd have to set up in it and here. Lessons learned on the racetrack and it should save time on the runway. I'm David Curley and now you're up to speed.

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