Happy holidays and warm wishes for 2016!
Helping communities to re-review the new ATC architecture sounds good, but do the neighborhoods need more than DIY kits to arrive at a win/win solution?
Can you identify the airplane by its cockpit?
The two recent fines imposed by FAA against Alaska Airlines and Horizon Airlines, raise the question posed above. All of those aircraft are worthless if one piece of paper is in disarray: the FAA certificate. What does a company do to preserve that asset?
This type of information needs to be better circulated; so SHARE THIS POST ON LinkedIn, Facebook or from the JDA Journal Website. Maybe aviation can compel the Greens to ground their positions in reality rather than fantasy.
The daily posts on aviation safety are the work product of an anonymous scribe. The person who shares that bizarre perspective will be on hiatus for an indeterminate period of time (recovery is hard to…
Press Release – FAA Announces JDA Installation of GBAS equipment at Santa’s Landing Sites with Low Level Precision For Immediate Release December 22, 2014 Contact: Dasher or Vixen Phone: (202) 267-12/25 WASHINGTON, D.C. – When the…