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

Concern Grows Over Treatment of Families of Malaysian Airlines Flight 307 Victims

March 28th, 2014 | Aviation accident

In the wake of the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 307 several weeks ago, many have become concerned over the poor treatment the families of the victims of the Commercial Airline Accident have received from investigators and government officials. Forbes reports that concern for the families began when Malaysian officials chose to send a mass… Read More

Survival Rates For Commercial Airline Accidents On The Decline

August 9th, 2013 | Aviation articles

August 9, 2013 Aviation safety technology advancements may have reduced the number of Commercial Airline Accidents in recent years from 394 crashes in the 1970s to 269 accidents from 2000 to 2009; however, these advancements have done little to decrease the number of lives that are lost to airplane accidents each year. In fact, an… Read More

Senate Hearing Held On Aviation Safety Initiatives

April 19th, 2013 | Aviation articles

April 19, 2013 Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation held an aviation safety hearing. During the proceedings, officials from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) give testimony regarding the status of certain safety initiatives being undertaken to prevent Commercial Aviation Accidents. The two hot topics at Tuesday’s hearing seemed to… Read More