Dr. Tom Accardi was the quintessential quiet, competent public servant, who doing his career greatly enhanced aviation safety. Unfortunately, aviation will no longer benefit from Tom’s talents as he recently died.
The first United female pilot, Gail Gorski, died on July 20, 2015. Her accomplishments are nothing short of amazing.
The men and women, who work at the EAA AirVenture® ATC facilities, are there because they are among the best. The public should avail themselves of this special opportunity to see the inside workings of the ATC.
While the odd structural location of the two executives, the splitting of their job descriptions and the enormity of their tasks make the filling of the two slots difficult, the urgency of the UAS regulatory development to parallel the expansion of the private sector should justify a swift selection of these two individuals.
What does Dennis Muilenburg’s promotion from COO to CEO of Boeing signal?
Airline competition in the United States is fierce and the battlefields are price and service. Safety should be an area of cooperation. When a carrier (member of A4A) designs an enhancement to aviation operations, maintenance,…
Will Ris, American Airlines’ primary voice on Capitol Hill for over 30 years, has announced his retirement at the end of 2015. His employer may not yet realize it, but he will be missed greatly.
The Mayor of Chicago has announced his choice of a new Director of Aviation, based on the recommendations of a selection committee. The new landlord of O’Hare and Midway is not a native of Chicago,…