Passengers are not always attentive during emergency briefings. Maybe FAA should encourage all airlines to use new visual tools to reduce fear and increase preparation for accidents. An approach which FDR would applaud.
A bill instructing the FAA to direct that the airlines install secondary cockpit barriers has been introduced.
See the smile of a passenger and the relatively light damage to prove that airplane parachutes works well.
As you buy aircraft parts, make sure that they meet all of the FAA’s requirements or your inventory may be worthless as well as a huge safety risk.
FAA, NTSB, the UN, and ALPA agree that lithium batteries pose an “unacceptable risk” as cargo and limitations should be set.
A 17 year old Vancouver, Canada high school student, Raymond Wang, created a device that will improve air quality in aircraft cabins.
Senator Schumer made the right moves with aviation’s laser pointer problem.
Flatulence + ignition sources = likely disastrous consequences for airplanes.