By Mike Hodges, Air Safety Investigator, and Clint Crookshanks, Aerospace Engineer (Structures) When an aircraft crashes, National Transportation …Accident or Incident? Explaining Aircraft Damage Assessment
Even the FCC Thinks It’s Dumb That We Have To Turn Off Electronic Devices During Takeoff
By Will Oremus FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski takes a stand on behalf of common sense. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Based on no evidence whatsoever, the Federal Aviation Administration for years has required airplane passengers to turn off all electronic devices during takeoff and landing. Let the record show that the long list of people … Continue reading Even the FCC Thinks It’s Dumb That We Have To Turn Off Electronic Devices During Takeoff
OSHA: FAA worker rigged stool, fell to his death at PBIA
By ELIOT KLEINBERG Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Wednesday, October 07, 2009 A Federal Aviation Administration worker died in May at Palm Beach International Airport because he rigged a stool to remove a light fixture, then tumbled over a rail and fell three stories, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has concluded. No OSHA rules … Continue reading OSHA: FAA worker rigged stool, fell to his death at PBIA
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