On August 28, the FAA issued a Fact Sheet on Runway Safety. It didn’t make headlines, but it identified significant facts relative to the recent SFO incident.
Hilo International Airport (ITO) received an award for outstanding and continued safety and compliance performance from the FAA during the Annual Airports Conference Awards on June 13, 2017.
Would these airports pass FAA’s safety standards?
Three airport biometric scanning systems being created to create a future of single token travel.
Harrison Ford’s accident will likely serve as a platform for those who want to close or limit airport operations. Aviation professionals should be prepared to respond.
It will be interesting to see whether this libertarian panacea can be practically implemented. The biggest barrier may be the political opposition of airport executives, carriers, bankers, lawyers and consultants who have prospered under the old regime.
Eleven coyotes invaded the PANYNJ perimeter. Eight have been have been caught and euthanized. It’s easy to be critical from afar without full knowledge of the facts, but it would seem humane to try to rescue the coyotes.
It appears a new approach should be tried in solving the recent passenger gun problem. Safety risk assessment (SRA) uses a risk based methodology to examine the range of risks encountered every day and using the risk and hazard process.