Off-The-Wall Ways Airlines are Promoting Safety

August 14th, 2014 | Aviation articles

Most airline passengers will agree that safety should be a top priority. While certain safety procedures are regulated—such as pre-flight safety announcements—there is some room for airlines to insert their own personality; however, this leaves many people wondering what overall impact this can have on safety. Take the numerous videos of pre-flight safety announcements that… Read More

Powering Down in the Air

March 27th, 2012 | Featured articles

Spring has arrived and with it comes a heavy travel period for college students and families looking to escape the cold winter months (which haven’t been so cold of late). While airline passengers may be tempted to use their iPhones, iPads and other electronic devices once the cabin door is closed, it is important for… Read More

Debate flares over recent congressional FAA safety change

October 21st, 2010 | Aviation articles

A recent congressional safety change requiring 1,500 hours of flying experience for co-pilots—the same previously required for pilots—has the aviation industry up in arms. The current co-pilot requirement is 250 hours. According to an ABC News article, the roles of co-pilots and pilots have changed over the years and both are expected to have the… Read More