Something to be said for stringent safety standards. RIP to the 27 lost souls https://us.yahoo.com/news/least-27-killed-congo-plane-175609380.html
At least 27 people have been killed after a plane crashed in a densley populated neighbourhood in Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on Sunday (November 24). Some of those killed were on the ground after being hit with falling debris, according to a rescue official. Officials say the prope... ... See more
Shortage catching more attention https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/aviation-mechanic-shortage-job-training
The aviation industry doesn't require a four-year degree and is scrambling to fill empty engineering positions.
My brief tour through a retired BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) De Havilland Comet 4 currently retired to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford Airf...
Another piece discussing the shortage of technicians http://www.webstercountycitizen.com/news/state/article_75ab5c1d-5ae4-52c8-be59-8e900223cbba.html
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMTs) at Trans States Airlines now have a defined pathway to a guaranteed job at Frontier Airlines. A new program
The Southern California factory that has churned out fuselages for every Boeing Co. 747 jumbo jetliner is being sold for parts, potentially hastening the demise of the iconic aircraft.
On October 21 a flight from London to Philadelphia was forced to land in Dublin, Ireland, when two staff members were knocked unconscious.
Looks way more comfortable than today’s seating
11 November 1946. First flight of the Short Solent, British passenger flying boat developed from the Short Seaford, itself a development of the Short Sunderland military flying boat.
Good video from the passenger https://abc7chicago.com/plane-slides-off-runway-at-ohare-airport-officials-say/5689573/?fbclid=IwAR2hD_8eR7UoTl3xLI7S6nVb9jOLJb9SUJ8Fm0Ws75PDU2MHcpVv_gaag8A
A plane slid off a runway as it was landing at O'Hare Airport as snow fell on the Chicago area Monday morning, officials told ABC7.
To all Veterans, Thank You For Your Service! Respectfully, The TAMC Board of Directors
Boeing Co. engineers were nearly done redesigning software on the grounded 737 Max in June when some pilots hopped into a simulator to test a few things.