Aviation Industry

Flying Above the Noise

Circumnavigating an airline industry rebound in an era of feigned grievances. These can be turbulent times to start, grow or maintain an airline if you don’t mute out the noise.  I’m not referring to profit and loss, although some commercial airlines might argue that point, but more so from sociological, environmental and health perspectives. Some.. Read more
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Commercial Airlines Face a Pilot Shortage as Experienced Pilots Shift to Private Carriers

Have commercial airline executives mismanaged themselves, and their customers, into a shortage of experienced pilots? We all remember January 15th, 2009. A US Airways regional flight, 1549, with 150 passengers and 5 crew, departed LaGuardia Airport in New York for Charlotte Douglas Airport in North Carolina. Moments into that flight, and at an altitude of.. Read more
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