Hopefully, the FAA field staff will find that as validation for changing their historical attitudes.Read More
The MH17 report and the Syria situation should be catalysts for next steps and probably more, NOW.
Calling this Congressional event a “hearing” is a bit of a misnomer.
Passengers are subjected to head injury risks as they enter their regional airplane. It happens more than data shows. We need a solution.
Why should we worry about the precarious drone marketplace?
A cherished pet saved from a likely death of freezing in the cargo belly of a B-787-8.
What will it take for the industry to act?
When your name is Warren Buffett, your perspicacity is regarded as the best.
This is one event that merits noting that the past improvements worked here.
More research on cabin air quality may be needed.
The New England Journal of Medicine should be commended for advancing the knowledge of delivering relief to airline passengers
A great mantra for reducing risk in aviation? “Share our experiences. Share our experiences. Share our experiences.”
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein
While such entrepreneurship is commendable and could stimulate the sale/operation of general aviation planes, its legal case runs afoul of considerable FAA precedent and will likely be denied upon appeal.
Chairman Shuster should be commended for making passage of the 2015 FAA Reauthorization Act (now designated Aviation Innovation, Reform and Reauthorization Act (AIRR)). He began teeing up the issues over a year ago and called for ideas which would be “transformational.”