People do an ‘alarmingly’ bad job of recalling information from airline preflight safety briefings Recent experiences suggest that passengers do not adhere to briefings Research provides some guidance about presentation The emergency briefing has been…
In-flight sexual assault reports on the rise, FBI says Assaults almost double FBI provides advice on how to prevent/respond “US law officials believe they’re assisting female flyers with the release of a ‘sexual assault…
Does the Cabin Air Safety Act merit delaying other FAA safety initiatives? Or is the Congress so sure that the elements of this bill justify its elevation to the top of the FAA list?
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.
To assure that instruments receive proper treatment on airlines, know your rights, educate the airlines, work with your fellow union members, and exercise your economic power.
Two recent articles serve as excellent reminders that our passengers would benefit from more, useful information that explains the “rule” and the why.
A flight from Shanghai to Guangzhou was delayed over 5 hours after an elderly passenger threw a handful of coins at one of its engines for luck.
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.