The prestigious National Safety Council teaches and recognizes approaches to safety. It highlights Safety Management Systems as a tool for reducing risks.
An academic paper says removing First Class seating as the best method to stop air rage. In an effort to be fair, here is a presentation of this rationale.
Here are a few recent, thorough interviews with Ed Bastian which add some perspective to this important aviation executive.
An incredibly historic plane, which first flew in commercial flight in 1933, flew its last air journey from Paine Field in Everett, Washington to Boeing Field in Seattle on April 26, 2016. The Boeing 247…
Attention should be given to the Gulf Flight Safety Council (GFSC) and the topics of this airline safety meeting in this new regional or global center.
To add to the plethora of the compendia collected by the aviation professionals, here are a few of less safety value and more fun.
Congratulations to all of the airlines whose employees showed them some love.
IATA lodged a complaint and DG-COMP is investigating alleged abuses of dominant OEM positions.