During an extended time of successful airline operations, complacency can cloud vigilance. The fewer the problems, the more vigorous we must analyze data.
As the airline industry has grown to be more global in scope, to network their passengers around the world, the competitors have formed alliances.
The U.S. Court of Appeals denied an FAA rulemaking petition on airline seating standards. Both parties may benefit from a highly qualified General Counsel nominee, Steven Bradbury.
Two recent articles serve as excellent reminders that our passengers would benefit from more, useful information that explains the “rule” and the why.
Mike Sinnett, VP of product development for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said future research focuses on three areas: autonomous taxi and flight control technology, machine learning and high-integrity systems.
Susan Michaelis published a report that found a “clear link” between cabin air and health issues. Maybe a more definitive, independent report might answer the open questions.
Two articles on carrying personal electronic devices (PEDs) on airplanes that are evidence of miscommunication between the Secretary of Homeland Security and the IATA Director General.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and announced a land, sea and airspace blockade over terrorism support claims.