Aviation professional since 2014' starting as many have at the very bottom of the totem pole, as an "underwing," line serviceman - to now - student traditional and remote pilot(UAVs).
Aviation In the Wake of a Possible Gov't Shutdown
In case you've been living under a rock or possibly bunker (not sure of your particular tastes...) but, the U.S. government barely escapes and averts a shutdown was prevented after Congress passed a stopgap funding measure ahead of a critical midnight deadline (Sept. 30th, 2023) in a whirlwind day on Capitol Hill.
Navigating the Skies
For pilots, landing an aircraft can be one of the most challenging aspects of their job, especially when they're faced with adverse weather conditions, complex terrain, or short runways. Some airports around the world have gained notoriety for being particularly difficult to land at due to their unique geographical and environmental factors. In this article, we'll explore the top five hardest airports to land an aircraft.
2023 FAA's: Six (6) Advancements in Aviation Safety and Regulation
In such a dynamic time, over the past few years, we've seen quite a number of dramatic changes in many industries. In the aviation sector the shifts continue to advance. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been at the forefront of ensuring the safety and efficiency of the aviation industry in the United States. With an ever-evolving technological landscape and the need to adapt to new challenges, the FAA continues to implement measures and regulations that drive progress and maintain the highest standards of safety. Let's explore some of the latest updates from the FAA that have been making headlines, throughout the year.
The Four (4) C's of Aviation: Clear, Concise, Controlled, and Confident
Aviation is an industry that demands precision, skill, and attention to detail. To ensure safe and successful flights, pilots must adhere to a set of principles known as the four c's of aviation: control, communication, crew resource management, and cockpit culture.
How Has Artificial Intelligence(A.I.) Impacted the Aviation Industry?
Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), and its long reach have long now been apart of the Aviation industry and examples will be shown here to break the ice, and possibly calm the nerves of many who’ve been skeptical since its technological advancement.
Aviation Careers; pt. 1 (Grounds)
Finding ways to make entry into the aviation industry can be quite a daunting task when you don't have a clue about how to get started and where to go to get accurate information. But you're in luck,...the aviation industry and most, if not all of the people that work in & around the industry are more than willing to help steer youin the right direction. No matter what you're aspirations may be, there's definitely someone who's either in your shoes, been your shoes, or are glad to see someone that's experiencing something they know all to well how to deal with. So, if you're a ground staff aspirant, would just love to take advatage of the flight along with other benefits, one would accrue working for an airline, you should know the types of ground staff in the airport, whether you'd feel more comfortable working "under," or "above," wing (as the terminology goes...), whether air traffic control suits your intellectual tastes or whether you're a "get your hands dirty type-of-person," and would love to gain some mechanical and maintenance skills.
Getting Started in Aviation; When You Don't Have a Clue Where to Start...
The aviation industry offers a wide range of exciting career opportunities for individuals with varying levels of education and experience. From pilots and flight attendants to air traffic controllers and maintenance engineers, there are many different roles available in this dynamic field. However, gaining access to these occupations can require a significant investment of time, effort, and resources. In this blog post, we will explore the various methods for gaining access to occupations in aviation.