My genius friend, you have to remember how long most of these airlines have been in service, like Qantas and British Airways, before you look at their crash record. Emirates has never had a fatal crash, nor has it had anything remotely close to it. The last fatal crash for Qantas was in 1951 when seven people died. British Airways, last fatal crash 1985. Cathy Pacific last fatal crash 1972. PIA, last fatal crash 2006. It's ranked 21st out of 22 in Austral Asia. I think you have mistaken it for another airline. Anyway, as you said, it is providing jobs to people even if the planes are not flying because the airline does not have money to increase the pilots salaries:P
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As for F1, any date can be changed/extended. Who decides that? Yes, Max Mosley and Bernie. Just need to put " due to unavoidable circumstances" in the document, and anything can be done. If they don't reach an agreement, the date will be extended because it's not just Ferrari, Red Bull has said neither of it's teams will enter for 2010, so has the head of Toyota and Renault are very clear about it too plus it will soon be joined by BMW. It's a serious matter, Ferrari has called Mosley's bluff, and he now finds himself in a position where he will have to give in much like Ferrari will do too. Neither party can have it all it's own way.
KERS is rubbish! A total waste of money and useless. Better systems are in place in production cars. I would get rid of KERS, altogether. So that's one problem resolved. The budget cap, everyone is for budget cap, but not for it to be around £40 million. Something between £50 million and £60 million is acceptable to all teams, so after some give and take we might see the budget cap be set somewhere around there. Once that is agreed they can all o whatever they want including "flexi" wings.
The winner around Monaco has usually been the form horse. In the days when Michelin were in F1, their tires for some reason always went well at Monaco, and that contributed a lot towards some results. Apart from the, if you look at the past winners, with rules changing forever, mostly the guy who has gone well in the season has won the GP. Unless the law of averages catches up with a certain team, and they are hit by reliability problems, they should cruise to an easy win.